British police demand Assange report to station
First step in his extradition from Ecuador
from USA Today

British police served Julian Assange on Thursday with a demand that he report to a police station as the first step in his extradition to Sweden to face sex crime allegations.

The WikiLeaks founder said he was unlikely to obey the order to show up on Friday.

The letter was delivered to Ecuador's London embassy, where Assange has been holed up for nine days.

The Metropolitan Police said it had "served a surrender notice upon a 40-year-old man that requires him to attend a police station at a date and time of our choosing. This is standard practice in extradition cases and is the first step in the removal process."

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