At 52 years old, Julian Assange has this physical status:
Goolmangar Primary School, Townsville State High School, homeschooled, Central Queensland University, University of Melbourne
Dating / Affair
John Shipton, Christine Ann Hawkins
Gabriel Shipton (Brother)
Warren Alfred Hawkins (Maternal Grandfather), Norma Joan Carelton (Maternal Grandmother), Brett Assange (Ex-Step-Father) (Actor), Leif Meynell aka Leif Hamilton (Ex-Step-Father). He has a half-brother.
Just days from now, Wikileaks boss Julian Assange could be arrested on a British airfield while attempting to board a plane to the United States. According to his wife Stella (top right), the man who made himself America's most wanted will be silenced and faces a life term after disembarks and the soundproofed door of a supermax prison cell closes behind him. However, SARAH OLIVER notes that he is not a'supervillain.'
If Julian Assange's tumultuous High Court appeals, it may be his last chance to avoid extradition to the United States, where he may be the first person to be arrested under The Espionage Act. The UK High Court announced last month that his public hearing would be held on February 20 and 21. If extradited, Assange, 52, faces a life term of 175 years. Since being evicted from Ecuador's embassy after his seven-year diplomatic asylum was withdrawn, the Wikileaks founder has been detained in HMP Belmarsh, London, since being barred from his embassy. MailOnline documents Julian Assange's key WikiLeaks revelations, including the video that brought WikiLeaks into the spotlight as his trial continues.
After thousands of documents relating to US conduct in Iraq and Afghanistan were leaked, Assange is in a last-ditch attempt to prevent extradition to the United States, where he faces espionage allegations. The 52-year-old lawyers are urging the High Court to allow him a fresh appeal, the last legal roll of the dice in the long-running legal drama that has kept him imprisoned in a British high-security detention center for the past five years. On 17 charges of espionage and one charge of computer misappropriation for his website's publishing of classified US documents more than a decade ago, the Australian has been charged with hacker and computer misuse. He faces up to 175 in jail, implying that if he is extradited to America and found guilty, he will most likely die in prison. If it doesn't go well, he will be extradited within a month, unless his legal team convinces the European Court of Human Rights to intervene. Hundreds of protesters (left) rallied on Tuesday, with his wife Stella (right) warning that if he is extradited to America, he will die.'