Wikileaks’ Assange to wed companion Stella Moris in prison rite

LONDON —
WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange will marry his long-term companion Stella Moris within a high-security prison in southeast London on Wednesday at a small rite attended via 4 pals, two authentic witnesses and two protection guards.

Assange is wanted via U.S. government to stand trial on 18 counts referring to WikiLeaks’ release of large troves of confidential U.S. army knowledge and diplomatic cables.

The 50-year-old, who denies any wrongdoing, has been held at Belmarsh prison since 2019 and previous than that was once holed up inside the Ecuadorean embassy in London for seven years.

While dwelling at the embassy he fathered two kids with Moris, a attorney more than a decade his junior, who he met in 2011 when she started paintings on his approved crew. Their courting began in 2015.

The registrar-led rite will occur all over visiting hours at the prison, where a couple of of Britain’s maximum notorious criminals have served sentences, in conjunction with toddler murderer Ian Huntley.

Moris’s marriage ceremony rite robe and Assange’s kilt — a nod to his family ties to Scotland — were created via British clothier Vivienne Westwood, who has previously campaigned in opposition to his extradition.

Assange was once denied permission this month to appeal at Britain’s Ultimate Court docket in opposition to a option to extradite him to the us. He might nevertheless downside any selection from the government to approve his extradition. 

(Reporting via William James; Editing via David Goodman)

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