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Wednesday, November 02, 2011

British Court rules against Assange

The British High Court ruled that the Swedish arrest warrants for Julian Assange, the founder of WikiLeaks, were in fact executed and issued properly.
This now limits Assange's defence teams options on what to do next. They have 14 days to appeal the High Courts decision to the British Supreme Court, but haven't done so as of yet.

Assange is still under house arrest, living in a supporters mansion outside of London. He is required to check with police and be monitored by an ankle bracelet.

More on this story here.