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Watch: Julian Assange UK Supreme Court Appeal Live Today

Written by Marc Zanotti on February 2, 2012

Julian Assange will face the UK Supreme Court today from 9:30pm Australian time (10:30am GMT).

You can stream the appeal live here…

Assange, who has been under house arrest for over 400 days, hopes to avoid extradition to Sweden where he has been accused of rape and sexual assault by two Swedish women following his visit to Stockholm in August 2010.

For more detail on the possible consequences of facing trial in Sweden check out this recent interview with Christine Assange (Julian Assange’s mother) as she speaks with ABC’s Steve Cannane

Wikileaks has also posted an article which details the case via Twitter, as well as this interview of Noam Chomsky.

For those wanting more information during the live stream, here is a Twitter list of reporters who will be following the appeal…

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