is in a position to arrest him, and now he is rightly behind bars for violating British law, "Javid told BBC Radio 4 on Thursday.
" There is a US extradition request, which will be in court tomorrow, but yesterday I signed and confirmed the extradition order, and that will go to court tomorrow, "he added.
The United States becomes Englisch: www.germnews.com/archive/eng/1996/03 /27.html The US Attorney's Office has filed a single charge for computer interference on Assange's Friday request for extradition before a London court encouraging, receiving, and publishing information about national defense in collaboration with former army intelligence analyst Chelsea Manning.
According to CNN legal analyst Steve Vladeck, such an indictment under espionage law has never been successfully pursued over the first debate change and whether his alleged role in the procurement of secret US material constituted protected journalistic activities.
Assange lived in the Ecuadorian embassy in London for seven years until the country revoked his protection and he was arrested.
The British Home Office stated in a statement, "Mr Assange was arrested in connection with a US interim request for extradition charges, including computer abuse and unauthorized disclosure of national defense information." 1
" This case is now in court and it would be inappropriate to comment further. "