On Bail, In Jail: 'Attack on Assange brings out more injustice'
The WikiLeaks founder has been granted bail by a British court - but with strict conditions. Assange will stay in jail until another hearing in the next two days, as Swedish prosecutors are appealing the bail decision. Stockholm wants to extradite Assange to answer questions over sexual assault allegations, which he denies. The WikiLeaks site is still operating and continues to publish confidential American diplomatic cables. RT on Facebook: www.facebook.com RT on Twitter: twitter.com
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