23.08.2012 [The Week UK] - THE DEBATE about JulianAssange's extradition to Sweden, and Ecuador's offer of asylum, is mired in confusion, with supporters and critics pursuing arguments that sometimes prove baseless. Here The Week seeks to debunk six myths surrounding the case.
Dec. 7 (Bloomberg) -- Attorney Frank Rubino talks about the arrest of WikiLeaks founder JulianAssange over … allegations in Sweden. Assange, whose website leaked thousands of... - 12.07.2010, Bloomberg
23.08.2012 [The Guardian (blog)] - But does anyone really believe that extraditing JulianAssange will strengthen women against …? And do those supporting his extradition to Sweden care if he is then extradited to the US and tortured for telling the public what we need to know about
22.08.2012 [Embassy] - JulianAssange, the founder of WikiLeaks, is not well served by some of his supporters. When he appeared on the balcony of the Ecuadoran Embassy in London, where he has been holed up for the past two months to avoid extradition to Sweden for
21.08.2012 [Economic Times] - STOCKHOLM: While WikiLeaks founder JulianAssange battles to stay in Britain, Sweden is incensed he has belittled one of the world's most respected justice systems and questioned a nation famed for welcoming - not extraditing - political refugees.
20.08.2012 [The Guardian] - Downing Street has said Britain is still committed to seeking a diplomatic solution with Ecuador in the standoff over the proposed extradition to Sweden of JulianAssange. But British diplomats in the Ecuadorean capital, Quito, and in other regional
19.08.2012 [CNN] - JulianAssange was back in the news on Thursday because, after nearly two months of holding out in Ecuador's London embassy to avoid being extradited to Sweden, where he is wanted for questioning, he has been granted "political asylum" by the