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Assange back in court for sex crimes appeal

kaptink (699820) writes | about 3 years ago

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kaptink (699820) writes "Julian Assange is back in court today to appeal his extradition to Sweden. So far the court has heard more on the incompatibility between UK and Sweden sex crime laws and that the arrest warrant used was essentially flawed. — "Ben Emmerson QC told Lord Justice Thomas and Mr Justice Ousely that the European arrest warrant under which Assange is being held was flawed because it failed to provide a "fair, accurate and proper" description of the alleged sexual misconduct"
The case is currently underway and you can follow events as they happen with the Guardian's live coverage — http://www.guardian.co.uk/media/2011/jul/12/julian-assange-extradition-live-coverage."

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