Assange loses extradition appeal

Assange loses extradition appeal

Stockholm : Sweden | May 30, 2012 at 5:15 AM PDT
Source: CNN
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The British Supreme Court denied Julian Assange's appeal against extradition to Sweden over sexual abuse allegations -- but the judges left open a surprise avenue Wednesday for the WikiLeaks founder to fight on. The court gave his lawyer two weeks to file an appeal arguing that the court had decided... FULL ARTICLE AT CNN
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Assange denies the allegations against him and is appealing against extradition to Sweden
Assange denies the allegations against him and is appealing against extradition to Sweden
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