The meeting was held behind closed doors.
Monday, June 3, the court in the Swedish city of Uppsala has considered the case of WikiLeaks founder journalist-whistleblower Julian Assange. Following the meeting, prosecutors were denied the arrest of the journalist, reports the Chronicle.info with reference on the Country.
The meeting was held behind closed doors. After the trial, the chief Deputy district attorney Eva-Maria Persson stated that if the decision of the court was different, she had personally prepared the issuance of the European warrant for the arrest of Julian Assange, with a request for his extradition to Sweden.
Also stated that the investigation into Assange will continue despite the court’s decision, which refused to arrest him in absentia.
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Assange was accused in Sweden in 2010, sexual harassment and rape. In 2012, the government of Ecuador granted him political asylum in its Embassy in London. Is there a journalist-whistleblower was in for seven years, fearing extradition to the United States. He was detained on 11 April 2019.