A Swedish court has upheld its warrant for Julian Assange's arrest after he filed a motion that may have allowed him to leave the Ecuadorian embassy where he's currently stuck.
The WikiLeaks founder has very good reason to be experiencing cabin fever right now. He's been in that London-based embassy for two years avoiding extradition to Sweden.
Why does Sweden want to extradite him? Well, two women made complaints against Assange to Stockholm police in 2010. The complaints led to an arrest warrant being issued for unlawful coercion, sexual molestation and rape.
Something Wired notes Assange has denied, saying that the charges are false and politically motivated.
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