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QUITO - Julian Assange's mother said she handed evidence to Ecuador's government on Monday, indicating Washington is bent on extraditing her son to the United States (US), where she fears the WikiLeaks founder could face execution.
The Australian anti-secrecy campaigner, who antagonised Washington in 2010 when his WikiLeaks website published secret US diplomatic cables, is wanted for questioning in Sweden over sex crime allegations. He fears that if he is sent to Sweden he could be bundled off to the US.
She said she had made the case for her son's asylum request and relayed her fears that the former computer hacker could face torture and even execution if deported to the US.
Christine Assange says she fears her 41-year-old son will not receive fair treatment in Sweden. Her biggest concern, she said, is that Sweden will extradite him to the US.
Patino, said that, out of respect for the United Kingdom (UK), his government will await the end of the Olympic Games in London to announce a decision on Assange's asylum application.
Both Correa and Julian Assange have alienated Washington. Correa is an ardent critic of what he calls US "imperialism," and US authorities accuse Assange of damaging its foreign relations with his leaks.