Founder of WikiLeaks wanted by Interpol
International Criminal Police Organization (Interpol) has issued an arrest warrant for Aussie Julian Assange, founder of the WikiLeaks, which specializes in publishing secret government information.
By decision of the Interpol on the case Assange issued a so-called “red notice”, under which member countries of the Organization should arrest the suspect when he appeared on their territory. If the alleged offender is arrested, he faces extradition to a country on whose initiative the warrant was issued. In this case, is Sweden, which is already looking WikiLeaks founder on suspicion of rape and molestation.
Swedish law enforcement agencies interested in the 39-year Assange in August 2010. Then he was indicted in the rape and molestation and later rape charges were dropped. November 18, Sweden announced a programmer in the international search and turned to Interpol with a request to assist in apprehending the alleged perpetrator. According to some reports, Assange in London.
Sam Assange accusations categorically denies. According to him, the prosecution related to the activity of the resource WikiLeaks, which in the second half of 2010, published a series of documents incriminating the U.S. government. In particular, the public domain are classified material on military campaigns in Afghanistan and Iraq, as well as confidential correspondence of American diplomats.
- Interpol posts ‘red notice’ for WikiLeaks founder (ibnlive.in.com)
- Interpol puts WikiLeaks founder on most-wanted list (ctv.ca)
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