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-- this morning Britain's Supreme Court now endorsing extradition of WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange to Sweden.
He's facing accusations of rape and sexual assault and Greg Powell -- -- on that story out of London what happened in court today -- You have bill Britain's highest court did rule that -- should go back to Sweden.
And face the music for those 2010 sex charges but it also said that the defense lawyers for Assange could have another two weeks to challenge the ruling -- -- legal expert here.
Told me with highly unusual.
Here is the wrinkle it's all based on a technicality the extradition order was issued by a Swedish prosecutor.
The defense lawyers say it should have come from a judge.
The Supreme Court today disagreed.
But it based its ruling on a treaty that they had mentioned in earlier hearing so little bit of pick up on legal side here.
-- right so what impact will this decision have to some of the charges that down.
Being put to him from the states.
Yeah -- first of all assigned the -- team will come back into court in 2 weeks I am told by legal experts on the ground that the Supreme Court decision.
Should it stand and despite another possible appeal they might be able get involved -- They should see -- -- getting back to Sweden now of course all this wrangling has nothing to do with what's getting folks in in Washington -- set.
Assange through his WikiLeaks site releasing literally.
Hundreds of thousands of classified State Department and pentagon documents which Washington says.
Has possibly endanger US staffers on the ground as well as critical sources throughout the world.
The hope now is did you get him back to Sweden and the hope -- -- -- may be.
We could see another battle over extradition back the state but first we've got to get him out of the UK the authorities here do -- anyway and a very.
Comfortable house arrest in the case that continues more than a year now Greg power -- thank you on that story out of line.
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