According to the report of Russia Today on April 11, a London judge said that Assange would be tried on May 2 for committing bail violations in 2012.
Reported that in November 2010, Assange was investigated by Swedish prosecutors on suspicion of rape, sexual assault and coercion of two women, and was arrested in London in December. But Assange denied all charges after his arrest. In June 2012, Assange entered the Ecuadorian Embassy in Britain on bail to seek asylum. Although Sweden abandoned the charges against Assange in 2017, Assange is still wanted by the UK for violating his original bail terms.
RT reports that the founder of WikiLeaks will face 12 monthsimprisonment for violating the original bail terms, and he will be tried on May 2.
According to CNBC News, Ecuador withdrew its political asylum from WikiLeaks founder Assange on November 11. Immediately, British police pulled Assange out of Ecuadors Embassy in London and arrested him. Later, the U.S. Department of Justice announced criminal charges against WikiLeaks founder Assange, accusing him of conspiring to invade the U.S. governments classified computers.
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