The news is that Julian Assange might be removed from his current legal limbo—“conditional bail” in the United Kingdom, a form of house arrest—and extradited to Sweden within a month. At a recent Supreme Court hearing in London, it was announced that five of the seven justices weighing his case decided that Sweden’s extradition request, something Assange has contested for months, is lawful, and therefore he must go.
WikiLeaks editor Julian Assange lost a court battle to stay in the United Kingdom Wednesday and will be extradited to Sweden to face questioning over sex charges, a court ruled. Appeals court judges Lord Justice John Thomas and Just... Read Post
Julian Assange, the WikiLeaks founder and international whistleblower icon, lost his appeal on Wednesday at the Supreme Court in London against extradition to Sweden to face charges of rape and sexual assault. However, Assange’s leg... Read Post