The United States government is starting a legal appeal to try to get the Wikileaks founder extradited.
In January, a court ruled Mr Assange could not be extradited to the US due to concerns over his mental health.
Mr Assange is wanted over the publication of thousands of classified documents in 2010 and 2011.
The documents revealed how the US military had killed hundreds of completely innocent civilians in unreported incidents during the war in Afghanistan, while leaked Iraq war files showed that 66,000 civilians had been killed and prisoners tortured by Iraqi forces - apparently many more than Saddam Hussein during his 40 years of dictatorship.
The US says the leaks broke the law that helps the US hide war crimes from the public, and endangered lives. Mr Assange says that the case is politically motivated, as obviously it is.
His lawyer told the court that the risk of Mr Assange's suicide would be "imminent the moment extradition becomes likely".
The UK judge refused to become complicit in assassinating Assange by sending him into the tender care of the U.S. legal system (the same one in which Jeffery Epstein was “suicided” in order to take the incriminating evidence he had with him to the grave).
Apparently, exposing the public to the truth is a dangerous crime, because a it could harm huge industries and threaten the stability of the country.
Although the death penalty is no longer formally part of English Law, the UK now has to make sure that the appeal court judges serves the national interest: by ensuring that Assange is permanently deleted and that he does not get to complete his dangerous agenda of telling the truth to the public.
The video above shows the exact crime Julian Assange is committed, by warning the public in 2011 what the public realized only in 2021.