WikiLeaks co-founder still concerned about Assange's situation

The WikiLeaks co-founder has welcomed the decision of a London judge who ruled that Julian Assange should not be extradited to the US to confront espionage charges, citing concerns about his mental health and the prison conditions he could face there. Daniel Domscheit-Berg said he was greatly relieved, in comments to German news group Redaktionsnetzwerk Deutschland (RND) to be published on Tuesday However, he said that Assange’s situation is still “catastrophic” and that the verdict has not changed that. If the British judge is concerned about prison conditions in the US, she should “take a lo…

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