Assange loses appeal on extradition

News Updates from Citizens For Legitimate Government
30 May 2012


Breaking: Julian Assange Loses Extradition Appeal 30 May 2012 WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange can be extradited to Sweden to face sex crime allegations, the Supreme Court has ruled. Seven Supreme Court judges gave their judgment in a move that ends a marathon battle in the UK courts. Lawyers for the WikiLeaks boss had argued that the European arrest warrant issued against him is “invalid and unenforceable”.

Julian Assange loses extradition case –WikiLeaks founder’s Dinah Rose QC given 14 days to decide whether to make application to ask supreme court to reopen the case 30 May 2012 9.34am: Here are the supreme court’s reasons for its judgment… 9.41am: Here is the judgment in full.

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