The founder of Wikileaks has not yet issued in Sweden

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Today in the UK over the hearing on Sweden's request to extradite WikiLeaks founder revealing portal Julian Assange. Judgment should be made on February 24. Assange remains on bail.

Stockholm seeking the extradition of Assange for questioning on charges of sexual assault.

Assange denies the charges, his lawyers challenged the extradition.

The lawyers said Assange could face the death penalty if, after Sweden will give him the U.S. due to abvinachavannyami associated with the publication of secret U.S. documents to the website WikiLeaks.

Moreover, advocates claim that those actions in which the accused Assange's Swedish authorities, are not criminal under English law, and is therefore not subject to extradition.

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