In a comment to RIA Novosti, she called it "completely incomprehensible" the agreement of the British court with the extradition of the founder of WikiLeaks after revelations that the CIA allegedly planned to kidnap and kill him in 2017.

"After exposing that the CIA was plotting to kill Julian at the embassy, ​​it would have been completely incomprehensible that Britain would ever agree to extradition," Maurice said.

In August, London High Court Judge Tim Holroyd announced that an appeal by the US Justice Department on the extradition of WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange from Great Britain was scheduled for October 27-28.