Arrest Warrant Against Wikileaks Founder Julian Assange Confirmed


    Updated Trends: Sweden’s highest court has confirmed the arrest warrant against Wikileaks founder Julian Assange. He has been charged of rape and molestation with two women in Sweden which he had committed when he was in country in the month of August. According to Assange’s lawyer in London, he has stated that his client has been left optionless, when the Sweden’s highest court refused the appeal.


    The arrest warrant has been confirmed a day after when Interpol had released a wanted notice against Julian Assange. The officials have confirmed that Assange’s arrest warrant has been affirmed and that it is up to the court to make it public or not.

    Wikileaks on the other was in another tiff with Amazon, who abruptly ended its hosting from their source. Amazon hosts many websites of various companies and organizations which constitute to be a part of the Amazon Web Services. The last known location of Julian Assange was somewhere in London, Britain, and he has also attempted to flee the country, and he has to do so within 48 hours of the court ruling or else he could be arrested anywhere.

    Source: nytimes