Assange ready to turn himself in the UK if the UN will make a decision not in his favor

WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange, hiding from the persecution of law enforcement bodies of great Britain in the Embassy of Ecuador in London, said about the consent to surrender to the British authorities if the UN working group on unlawful deprivation of liberty will make a negative decision on his claim. This was reported on the WikiLeaks page in Twitter.

«If the UN will announce tomorrow that I lost his case against the UK and Sweden, I will leave the Embassy at noon on Friday to be arrested by British police, as there is no serious prospects for further appeal,» — said in the statement Assange.

Assange: I will accept arrest by British police on Friday if the UN rules against me. More info:

— WikiLeaks (@wikileaks) 4 February 2016

However, the WikiLeaks founder said that if the UN Commission will take his side, and in the actions of the London and Stockholm will be detected signs of violations of the law, he awaits the return of her passport, and ceasing the arrest.

Julian Assange is an Australian journalist, founded in 2006, the organization WikiLeaks. On its website, are secret documents and incriminating materials. Since 2012 Assange is hiding in the Embassy of Ecuador in London to avoid extradition to Sweden, where he is suspected of rape and sexual harassment (he all charges in his address denies). Assange fears that Stockholm will hand him over to the US where he could face the death penalty for publishing secret documents.

As reported, in Sweden took three of the four allegations of sex crimes with WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange because of the lapse of time of the charges.

In July 2015 Assange asked for asylum in France, published a letter in the press, because «his life was in danger». France, however, refused his request.

Assange ready to turn himself in the UK if the UN will make a decision not in his favor 04.02.2016

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