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Wikileaks’ Julian Assange has agreed to be extradited to America to serve time in prison

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Last year, the editor-in-chief of Wikileaks Julian Assange made the promise that if Bradley – now known as Chelsea – Manning was pardoned, then he would agree to come to the United States to serve time in prison.

As TheBlaze has reported earlier, Chelsea Manning’s sentence has been commuted by President Barack Obama, and now it seems that Assange is going to stick by his word. The Wikileaks account tweeted this statement from Assange’s lawyer out just hours after Manning was pardoned. – READ MORE

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  • Shawn

    According to the Independent, he will not be giving himself up due to the fact that Manning was not released immediately.

  • Jan Zeman

    I can’t imagine any viable charges – Assange is not an US citizen a thus he is not bound by any allegiance to USA, Wikileaks just published what others leaked. The classification and content of the documents is the problem of those who made them, not Assanges. I wouldn’t find it wise to even consider traveling into US for him, at least definitely not before the charges are there and final, neither I would find it wise to even leave the embassy before that. He perhaps helped Trump to expose Clinton and DNC, but it still doesn’t guarantee Assange anything. Its maybe good to be a man of his word, but not beyond stupidity.