Video: Assange statement after lost battle in UK court
Wikileaks founder Julian Assange may find himself on Swedish soil very soon, after losing his battle against extradition from Britain. There, he'll have to answer sexual misconduct charges, which he denies and describes as politically-motivated. Assange said that it was unfair and unlawful to send him to Scandinavia where he will face question over the alleged rape of a woman. But British High Court Judges John Thomas and Duncan Ousely rejected his claims. RT on Twitter twitter.com RT on Facebook www.facebook.com
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