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Australian protests demand release of WikiLeaks founder

3 years agoNews : The Coming Crisis

Several hundred people rallied at demonstrations in Sydney, Melbourne, Brisbane, Perth and other Australian cities yesterday to protest the British Supreme Court ruling that WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange can be extradited to Sweden on bogus sexual assault allegations. Assange has just 14 days to try and appeal the decision. Protestors carried placards denouncing the court ruling and demanding that Assange be released from house arrest in Britain, which has lasted for over 540 days.
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Julian Assange Loses Extradition Appeal

News : The Coming Crisis (3 years ago)

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WikiLeaks’ Assange Seeks Appeal to UK Supreme Court

News : Threat Level (3 years ago)

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Julian Assange extradition verdict – live coverage

News : Guardian News Blog (3 years ago)

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