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15 de Diciembre de 2010

Abogado afirma que el proceso judicial sueco es una "maniobra dilatoria" para lograr extradición de Julian Assange a EE.UU.

Assange-van

Escuche/Vea/Lea (en inglés)

El fundador de WikiLeaks, Julian Assange, permanece en una prisión de Londres después de que las autoridades suecas impugnaran la decisión de la corte de liberarlo bajo fianza con condiciones. El abogado de Assange, Mark Stephens, nos acompaña para comentar la posible extradición de Assagne a Suecia, para ser interrogado sobre presuntos delitos sexuales, en medio de rumores de que el gobierno de Obama ha formado un gran jurado para acusar a Assange en Estados Unidos.

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