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WATCH: Tucker Speaks With Julian Assange’s Wife. Will Justice Be Granted In High Court?

Tucker Carlson makes a great point:

As they lecture us endlessly about human rights in other countries, the Biden administration is trying to kill journalist Julian Assange for the crime of embarrassing the CIA.

Tucker released his interview with Julian Assange’s wife on Wednesday, giving her a chance to speak out to millions around the world.

It’s a tale of injustice that’s all too familiar to us as we’ve witnessed the innocent thrown in prison over January 6 false claims.

So Julian’s tale resonates with all of us. A man fighting for truth, exposing lies of a corrupt government and those in power that seek to silence him.

MSN reports:

Julian Assange’s wife Stella has spoken after two days of a crucial hearing at the UK’s court on his husband’s extradition. In the latest episode of Tucker Carlson’s UnCensored show on X, the greatest advocate of Assange’s freedom, Stella lashed out at the government of the United Kingdom for siding with the US. The lawyer, who is leading Assange’s legal battle, also claimed that it is a ‘high-risk moment’ and that there is a possibility of Assange’s return to the US within weeks.

Notably, Assange has been locked away in London’s high-security Belmarsh Prison for almost five years. During Donald Trump’s presidency, as per reports, then CIA Director Mike Pompeo discussed allegedly assassinating Assange with officials following WikiLeaks’ publication of CIA hacking tools. He was also held in the Ecuadorian embassy in London for a long time.

Calling it a “very high-risk moment” for Assange, Stella, remarked, “Well, look, we’ve just been in court for two days, and this decision could be the final one. We didn’t know when we were coming into it yesterday whether we would have a decision today, and if the UK decides in favor of the US, then it will put Julien on a plane to the US.”

According to Assange’s wife, if they lose the ongoing case in the UK then there is no further possibility for appeal. “He can try to go to the European Court of Human Rights, but last year, only one application to the European Court of Human Rights to stop an extradition or deportation was granted,” she added. Notably, 63 applications were filed in the European Court of Human Rights in 2023 in matters related to extradition.

Watch the interview here:

Meanwhile, outside the court…


His wife also came out to speak:


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