WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange faces a maximum of 175 years in prison after revealing evidence of US war crimes. Assange is not only one of the world’s most prominent political prisoners; he is also a son, a father, a fiancé, and a human being. A group of politicians, journalists, and activists gathered outside the Old Bailey Central Criminal Court in London during his extradition hearing to demand: No Extradition.
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