The United States wants to extradite Assange, the leader of the British Labour Party, to shout to the British government: oppose!

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 The United States wants to extradite Assange, the leader of the British Labour Party, to shout to the British government: oppose!


(Colbin Tuyuan, leader of the British Labour Party: RT)

Seven years after the Ecuadorian Embassy took refuge in the United Kingdom, Assange, the founder of WikiLeaks, was suddenly arrested by British police on November 11 and may be extradited to the United States. In response, Jeremy Colbin, leader of the British opposition Labour Party, publicly opposed the extradition of Assange to the United States, saying that he was pursued for exposing evidence of atrocities in the United States.

According to Russia Today, hours after Assanges arrest, Colbin tweeted, Assange will be extradited to the United States because of the revelation of evidence of atrocities committed in Iraq and Afghanistan. The British government should oppose extradition.

(Colbin Twitter screenshot)

In this tweet, Colbin also forwarded a video statement by Diana Abbott, a Labour MP and shadow cabinet minister. Abbott said in the video that WikiLeaks unveiled the veil of U.S. military operations in theaters, all of which did not bring beneficial results to the people of these countries.

(Diana Abbott Twitter screenshot)

Julian Assange was not pursued to protect the national security of the United States, but because he exposed the wrongdoing of the United States Government and its army. Abbott also wrote in his tweet.

According to previous media reports, in 2010, WikiLeaks released a large number of secret documents about the war in Afghanistan and Iraq, including bombing civilians, torture and other content, the disclosure caused a sensation, so that the U.S. diplomatic image suffered a huge blow. Assange has also become the eyesore of the U.S. government. Later, Assange was investigated by Swedish prosecutors on rape charges and has sought asylum in the Embassy of Ecuador since he was released on bail. Assange was arrested in London, England, on the morning of November 11, local time, after Ecuador announced the withdrawal of its diplomatic asylum application. The U.S. Department of Justice subsequently announced an indictment against Assange, accusing him of conspiring with former U.S. intelligence analyst Manning in March 2010 to help Manning crack the password of the U.S. Department of Defenses classified computer system. For Assanges arrest, the British government said that no one can be above the law. Source of this article: Global Network Responsible Editor: Liu Yuxin_NBJS7825

According to previous media reports, in 2010, WikiLeaks released a large number of secret documents about the war in Afghanistan and Iraq, including bombing civilians, torture and other content, the disclosure caused a sensation, so that the U.S. diplomatic image suffered a huge blow. Assange has also become the eyesore of the U.S. government. Later, Assange was investigated by Swedish prosecutors on rape charges and has sought asylum in the Embassy of Ecuador since he was released on bail.

Assange was arrested in London, England, on the morning of November 11, local time, after Ecuador announced the withdrawal of its diplomatic asylum application. The U.S. Department of Justice subsequently announced an indictment against Assange, accusing him of conspiring with former U.S. intelligence analyst Manning in March 2010 to help Manning crack the password of the U.S. Department of Defenses classified computer system. For Assanges arrest, the British government said that no one can be above the law.