WikiLeaks' Assange to appeal against extradition

LONDON Thu Feb 24, 2011 6:32am EST

LONDON Feb 24 (Reuters) - WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange will appeal against a British court's ruling giving the go-ahead to his extradition to Sweden to face accusations of sex crimes, his lawyer said on Thursday. (Reporting by Michael Holden; Editing by Matt Falloon)

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Eliodor wrote:
I think he should give up fighting to be extradited.

GIven that he is probably the number one candidate for Nobel Peace price in 2011 (if you think the overthrow of dictators this year was helped by all the leaked cables) it will be great to be in Sweden when they announce his wining the Nobel prize.

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