Julian Assange to be Extradited

By Tobias Thienel


I may have something more to say on this in due course, but for now, here’s the decision of the Westminster Magistrates’ Court. At first glance, it would seem that the judge has interesting things to say on (a) the evidence against Mr Assange, (b) the effect of certain statements hostile to Mr Assange by the Prime Minister on the criminal proceedings and (c) the prospect of a fair trial in Sweden, with particular regard to the likelihood that his case may be heard in private.

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