Divided British Court Upholds Extradition of WikiLeaks Founder Julian Assange to Sweden

(Multimedia) Britain's Supreme Court has upheld the extradition of WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange to Sweden to face questioning over alleged sex crimes. Assange's lawyers had argued that the Swedish public prosecutor did not have the legal authority to issue the arrest warrant, but the British justices disagreed in a 5-to-2 decision. Assange's attorneys will have 14 days to file a new appeal. We get reaction from Salon.com blogger and constitutional law attorney ... Full Story »

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