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British police know Assange’s location, await arrest orders: report

Julian Assange, the founder of WikiLeaks, is in Great Britain and police there are waiting to be given the order to arrest him, the Independent reports. Despite accusations that Julian Assange is on the run, The Independent has learnt that Scotland Yard has known his whereabouts for more than a…

International arrest warrant issued for WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange

Swedish police have issued an international arrest warrant for Wikileaks founder Julian Assange, wanted on suspicion of rape and sexual molestation, police said Saturday. “Late last night we gathered all the information and sent it out in the different systems,” namely the Swedish system, Schengen countries system SIS and Interpol,…

WikiLeaks’ Assange appeals Swedish arrest warrant

STOCKHOLM — WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange appealed Friday against a Swedish court order for a warrant for his detention for questioning on allegations of rape, his lawyer said. “I have just filed an appeal,” his Swedish lawyer Bjoern Hurtig told AFP. The Stockholm district court ordered Thursday an arrest warrant…

Phoenix police officer tased and then shot victim

Defense lawyer says Phoenix police officer indicted on murder charge in on-duty shooting A Phoenix police officer has been indicted on a second-degree murder charge for the on-duty shooting of a suspect, his lawyer said Thursday. Officer Richard Chrisman was served a summons on the indictment, attorney Craig Mehrens said.…

WikiLeaks founder Assange ‘free to leave’ Sweden

WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange is free to leave Sweden, after prosecutors said there was no arrest warrant against him for an alleged case of rape, one of his lawyers said Saturday. Bjorn Hurtig said an investigation was still under way but the head of the whistleblowing website had been given…

Air Force: Sergeant may have exposed others to HIV

Air Force says it’s investigating whether sergeant exposed others to HIV at ‘swinger’ parties The military has arrested an Air Force sergeant and accused him of having unprotected sex with partners he met at “swinger” parties in central Kansas even though he knew he was HIV positive, according to a…

WikiLeaks: Australia intelligence warned of ‘dirty tricks’

Australian intelligence services had warned WikiLeaks of “dirty tricks” before Swedish authorities issued a short-lived arrest warrant for founder Julian Assange over a rape claim, he said Monday. “We were warned on the 11th (of August) by Australian intelligence that we should expect this sort of thing,” Assange said in…

Wikileaks’ Assange: Pentagon may be behind rape claims

Update: Julian Assange claims Australian intelligence services warned him of “dirty tricks” Wikileaks founder Julian Assange said in an interview published on Sunday that he believes the Pentagon could be behind a rape accusation against him that was later dropped by Swedish prosecutors. The country’s prosecution service meanwhile justified the…

Warrant for the arrest of Wikileaks founder Assange dropped

Hours after its issuance, the Swedish Prosecution Authority withdrew a warrant for the arrest of whistleblower activist and former hacker Julian Assange, who had been accused of raping a woman and molesting another, according to a report from Sweden’s The Local. “I do not consider there to be any reason…

Target of FBI gag order free to speak after 6 years

A recent push by the White House to expand the ability of the FBI to obtain customer information from internet service providers has focused attention on the threat to privacy and free speech posed by so-called “national security letters” (NSL). These letters not only require that information be handed over…

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