Julian Assange, founder of Wikileaks, lost in first round his fight to cancel the order for extradition to Sweden where he is accused of rape. The lawyers will appeal the decision of Justice UK within seven days and the final decision might not be known before June. Moreover, even if Julian Assange was extradited and condemned, already several sites comparable to Wikileaks have emerged and it is clear that the processing of information will never again be as before Wikileaks creation. In this sense, Assange has been a pioneer and this despite the possible disappearance of his website.
To be continued ...
Photo: Julian Assange in London with one of his lawyers;
Photos 2 and 3: Julian Assange in London;
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