Who Is Stella Moris ? Julian Assange’s Fiancee To Appeal US Extradition Ruling

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Stella Moris, the fiancee of Julian Assange, said their legal team would appeal a court ruling to allow the United States to extradite the WikiLeaks founder at the earliest possible moment.

According to reports, the United States had appeared on Friday in the London Hight Court to have Julian Assange the founder of Wikileaks be extradited to face the criminal charges. The charges against him include breaking a spying law and conspiring to hack State’s computers.

Moris in her statement said, ” We will appeal this decision at the earliest possible moment. In a recent tweet before the London court US extradition of Assange, Moris said that she is sitting in the court and the decision will be handed down in 10 minutes. She said, ” I hope the High Court will bring this abusive and vindictive extradition to an end today so that our children will be able to spend Christmas with their father.”

Who Is Stella Moris?

Earlier this year, Julian Assange was allowed by the court to marry Moris in Barmarsh prison. The founder of Wikileaks has been in London jail since 2019 since the US took action to extradite him.

The couple met in London when Assange was living Ecuadorian Embassy in 2011. The couple has two children together who are both British citizens.

At the time, Moris was part of Assange’s legal team when he was lodged in the Embassy for seven years.

As per reports, the couple have been engaged to marry since many years.

Stella Moris was born in Africa and is a lawyer by profession. She also an advocate of freedom-of-information.

When asked about made Moris fall in love with Assange during an interview, she had said, “I find him physically attractive, he’s incredibly intelligent and engaging, he’s curious, he’s caring, his way of thinking is really interesting”

She had been staunch critic of the US for their case against Julian Assange.

Assange, an Australian editor, publisher and activist, published the leaks provided by Chalsea Manning, the US Army intelligence analyst.