Harry Dunn crash: Family urge government to block Julian Assange extradition

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The family of Harry Dunn has urged the government to refuse the extradition of Julian Assange until the US returns the suspect in his death back to the UK.

Dunn family spokesman Radd Seiger accused the US of "hypocrisy" in seeking Assange's extradition, despite rejecting the return of Anne Sacoolas.

She is suspected of causing the teenager's death by dangerous driving.

The family said the foreign secretary told them he is "reviewing all options".

The 19-year-old's parents have called on Dominic Raab and the government to refuse any further extradition requests by the US - including that of the Wikileaks co-founder - after US Secretary of State Mike Pompeo rejected extraditing Sacoolas, last month.
Harry Dunn family want Assange extradition blocked

The longer they don't extradite him the better.
 

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She should be extradited. Don't see why Assange shouldn't be, though.
 

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Can't his family file a civil lawsuit in the U.S.?
 

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Dunn family spokesman Radd Seiger accused the US of "hypocrisy" in seeking Assange's extradition, despite rejecting the return of Anne Sacoolas.

She is suspected of causing the teenager's death by dangerous driving
Quite a "family" with the professional spokesmen and professional mourners. That's MAFIA.
 

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If the UK didn’t drive on the wrong side of the road, Harry Dunn would be alive. Pretty stupid of them not to change when all of Europe drives on the right side. Lots of foreigners in the UK and that shit happens.
 

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I hope that the British government does NOT extradite Mr. Assange.

I recently read an article in a (admittedly liberal) magazine that made the case that he did not do anything so horrible in releasing that information, which was of low-level material in any case.

The sentence that I liked most said something like: The United States does not dare arrest the editor of the powerful New York Times for publishing the info, so it's gone after Mr. Assange.
 

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