British police reduces surveillance at the Ecuadorian embassy in London

British police abandoned since Monday the constant surveillance around the Ecuadorian embassy in London, while maintaining its intention to arrest Julian Assange if the leaves the building. Surveillance was controversial, partly because it is very expensive. The Metropolitan...

Appeal sent by Assange defense was accepted by Swedish court

The Swedish Supreme Court accepted this Tuesday the appeal request sent by lawyers of WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange, who ask annul his arrest. The information published on the website of the Swedish court says the attorney general shall conduct another investigation of the...

Surveillance on Assange in Ecuadorian embassy is reviewed by the British police

British police said it is reviewing its monitoring mechanism on WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange, refugee in Ecuador’s embassy in London, from June 2012, to avoid extradition to Sweden. The commissioner of the Metropolitan Police (MET), Bernard Hogan-Howe, told the radio...

Assange criticizes the costly investment of the British Government to guard him

As “shameful” called the spending of about 10 million pounds (13 million euros), Julian Assange, founder of WikiLeaks by guarding him at the Embassy of Ecuador in London, in order to avoid extradition to Sweden. Assange regrets, through his spokesman Kristinn...

Justice of Sweden maintains arrest warrant against Julian Assange

The Svea Court of Appeal (Sweden) decided this Thursday to keep the remand order, issued in absentia, in 2010 against the WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange, by four alleged sex crimes. The appeal rejected the the defense process by considering that this order is necessary because...

Assange announces new leak of secret files by Wikileaks

The WikiLeaks founder, Julian Assange, revealed yesterday, Sunday, that the organization prepares a new leak of secret files and criticized the role of the Google company by considering it at the service of the US Government The Australian activist did not provide details about...

UK: If the Swedish justice decides to interrogate Assange in London, we will support it

The British Secretary of State for Foreign Affairs, Hugo Swire, affirmed on Tuesday that the UK Government would do “absolutely everything” so that the Swedish justice interrogate in London the Wikileaks founder, Julian Assange. Swire said in the House of Commons that...

Swedish prosecutors described as “extravagant” Assange’s extradition idea to the US

The Swedish prosecutors responsible for the rape complaint filed in Sweden against Wikileaks founder Julian Assange, said yesterday that the idea that he can be extradited to the United States is “outrageous”. “It seems bizarre to believe that America has waited...