Wednesday, February 1, 2012

Julian assange supreme court

  • Julian Assange took his extradition battle to Britains Supreme Court on Wednesday, arguing that sending him to Sweden would violate a fundamental principle of natural law.
  • (AP - msnbc.com)
  • Seven Supreme Court judges have allocated two days to hearing an appeal against rulings by lower courts approving Mr. Assange's extradition.
  • (New York Times)
  • Jan. 31 (Bloomberg) -- WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange, who will ask the U.K. Supreme Court tomorrow to block his extradition to Sweden in a rape case, was sued by the British law firm he hired after his 2010 arrest.
  • (Businessweek)
  • WIKILEAKS founder Julian Assange has told Britains Supreme Court he shouldnt be extradited to Sweden on rape claims because the arrest warrant against him wasnt issued by a judge.
  • (The Age)
  • WikiLeaks founder Julian Assanges two-day hearing at Englands Supreme Court gets underway on February 1, in the latest stage of his lengthy battle against extradition to Sweden to face rape allegations.
  • (Asian Age)
  • Julian Assanges battle against extradition to Sweden on sex assault claims enters its 14th month as the WikiLeaks founder heads back to the Supreme Court.
  • (CIO Australia)
  • THE latest stage of WikiLeaks founder Julian Assanges battle against extradition to Sweden will begin today.
  • (Daily Telegraph)
  • London - WikiLeaks founder Julian Assanges two-day hearing at Englands Supreme Court gets underway on Wednesday, in the latest stage of his lengthy battle against extradition to Sweden to face rape allegations.
  • (Pretoria News)
  • Julian Assange is filming the series from the location of his house arrest where he has been confined, with no charge, for 413 days. Filming commences a week before his Supreme Court hearing.
  • (Yahoo Finance)

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