WikiLeak’s Julian Assange is fighting extradition to Sweden. He denies all claims that he sexually assaulted and raped two women he met in Stockholm in August. Assange ran and hid from authorities who wanted to interview him until nothing was left but to issue a warrant for his arrest.
WikiLeak’s Julian Assange is fighting extradition to Sweden where a warrant has been issued for his arrest. Publicity seems to follow Assange everywhere he goes. He is in the media spotlight in the courtroom and without. Although in a frenzy of denial he is fighting with all his might to avoid going to Sweden were he could settle the charges once and for all. Assange denies any wrong doing and says he is a victim of a flawed investigation.
Both sides traded insults in a London Courtroom Thursday. The brawl spilled out onto the lawn outside Belmarsh Magistrates Court, where dozens of cameras were waiting. Assange faced the cameras and accused Marianne Ny, the Swedish prosecutor in change of his case, of being afraid to come to the British court to answer questions. “What we’ve seen is process abuse after process abuse being revealed for hours and hours.” said Assange.
Assange is wanted for questioning over claims of sexual molestation and rape. These charges were made by two Swedish women Assange met during a trip to Stockholm in August. Swedish prosecutors had searched for the fleeing Assange for an interview but Assange’s whereabouts couldn’t be pinned down. Nothing was left but to issue the warrant for his arrest. Sweden’s prosecutor general, Anders Perklev issued a statement defending both Sweden and the justice system.
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