The Supreme Court in London rejected the request of appeal made by the founder of Wikileaks, Julian Assange, to reopen the case against his extradition to Sweden where he faces violation charges and sexual abuse.
“The Supreme Court of the United Kingdom has dismissed the requested presented by Dinah Rose, attorney of Julian Assange, that looks to reopen their appeal,” the statement was made by the top judicial British entity afterwards it said that they have to wait 14 days from this Thursday so that the extradition process is completed.
Assange defense requested the British court to block extradition process by saying that the warrant of arrest was “invalid and not applicable.” The board of the Supreme Court integrated by seven judges that have been evaluating the case since last February gave their final verdict.
Today the British Supreme Court put an end to the prolonged judicial battle of Assange in the United Kingdom. However Assange could take his case to the European Court of Human Rights in Strasbourg. (AV)