Weekend Reads: The lawyers of Julian Assange await a trial against the CIA, which they accuse of spying

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  Les avocats de Julian Assange attentent un procès contre la CIA, qu'ils accusent d'espionnage © Jack Taylor/Getty Images

can he prevent his extradition to the United States? This is the unanswered question in the Assange case, while the whistleblower behind Wikileaks awaits a trial at the CIA, the US external intelligence agency. Julian Assange's lawyers notably accuses the agency of having spied on the Australian interlocutors when he was a refugee in the Equator Embassy in London, by establishing copies of their personal data and recording conversations.

A complaint was filed on Monday at the New York court by lawyers Margaret Ratner Kunstler and Deborah Hrbek, and journalists Charles Glass and John Goetz, who all visited Mr. Assange when he was in London. According to the elements of the complaint file mentioned by the Guardian, Julian Assange says that the CIA collaborated with Undercover Global, a security company engaged by the Equator Embassy in London responsible for spying the founder of Wikileaks, his Lawyers, journalists and other people he met. The complaint is based on the violation of the American Constitution which guarantees the confidentiality of this type of exchange.

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Right to an equitable trial

The lawyers of Julian Assange claim that the grievances alleged against the American agency are likely to jeopardize the extradition procedure of the most famous whistleblower in the world. Robert Boyle, a New York lawyer representing the complainants, said that the alleged espionage of Assange's lawyers means that the right of the founder of Wikileaks at a fair trial is "now tainted, even destroyed". "There should be sanctions, up to the abandonment of these charges or withdrawn from an extradition request," said the lawyer.

Julian Assange, who appealed in England of the extradition decision, is awaiting judgment. In the United States, he risked up to 175 years in prison.

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