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Assange Extradition: Legal Teams Likely Informed Already Of Judge's Decision

Authored by Alexander Mercouris via ConsortiumNews.com, In accordance with a British magistrate court’s usual procedure, Julian Assange’s Judgment has almost certainly already been written and sent in draft form to the respective teams of lawyers, probably early on Friday evening. The lawyers therefore already know what the decision is, as well as the British government…

UK Judge To Give Decision On Assange Extradition On Monday

Authored by Dave DeCamp via AntiWar.com, On Monday, January 4th, the British judge presiding over the extradition trial of WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange will decide whether or not Assange will be extradited to the US and tried under the Espionage Act for exposing US war crimes. If extradited, Assange could face up to 175 years…

The ICC’s Indefensible Decision on Alleged UK War Crimes in Iraq

By Craig Murray Support for the rule of international law, and for the institutions which uphold it, is one of the principles of this blog. I have therefore always been extremely keen to defend and support the International Criminal Court, despite widespread criticism that it is simply a tool for use against leaders in the…