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The Wikileaks founder will most likely take his own life if convicted, says his lawyer.
Assange faces a potential sentence with a release date more than a century beyond his lifespan, the indictment contains a description of core journalistic activities.
Unless the media forces courts to justify keeping material from the media, the danger is that it becomes the default.
Cover up of his torture by Macedonian police and the CIA was revealed by Wikileaks.
Daniel Ellsberg gives evidence at Assange extradition hearing.
NUJ calls for the UK government to intervene to dismiss the application.
Arguments in court focused on whether Assange's work was political.
Arguments centre on whether it is admissible to extradite those accused of 'political' offences.
On the first day of trial, Assange was handcuffed 11 times, searched naked twice, put in five separate holding cells and had his papers taken from him.
The decision to 'ramp up the charges' against Assange was made to try and make him an example, said Edward Fitzgerald QC.