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Saturday, June 23, 2012

WikiLeaks’ Founder Will Be Extradited

The highest court in the country confirmed Assange’s extradition: the UK Supreme Court has finally dismissed a bid by Julian Assange to reopen his appeal against extradition to Sweden. As such, Wikileaks’ founder now faces possible two charges in Sweden of being a really rotten date.

In the end of May, the British Supremes ordered Assange to go and face the Swedish court, but his attorneys had another crack at getting them to re-open the appeal. Nevertheless, 7 judges of the UK’s top court have unanimously dismissed their cunning plans and told Julian Assange to pack his bags and get ready.

Meanwhile, Assange’s lawyers claimed that the appeal decision a couple weeks ago was based on a legal point which hadn’t been argued in court.

Once again, WikiLeaks’ founder claims that the sex was consensual, and insists that the allegations against him have always been politically motivated. In addition, Assange fears that the Sweden will allow his extradition to the United States, which is longing to book him for spying.

Now the Supreme Court has given Julian Assange a fortnight grace period before starting extradition proceedings. In two weeks, the officials will have ten days to fly Assange to Sweden. This grace period will give WikiLeaks’ founder some time to take his case to the European Court of Human Rights (ECHR) in Strasbourg, but the industry experts don’t believe the European Court would want to block Assange’s extradition.

In case Julian Assange still goes to Sweden, he will be imprisoned and placed under very restrictive conditions until the hearing. If he is extradited to the United States, the punishment there might be too harsh for him. Anyway, we’ll know the end of the story soon.

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