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British Judge Chastises Julian Assange for Avoiding Court Hearing

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British Judge Chastises Julian Assange for Avoiding Court Hearing

British Judge Chastises Julian Assange for Avoiding Court Hearing

A British judge chastised the founder of WikiLeaks in court for not appearing at a hearing to challenge an arrest warrant.

Judge Emma Arbuthnot stated that Julian Assange should have the courage to appear in court like anyone else accused of wrongdoing.

Judge Arbuthnot issued the ruling at the Westminster Magistrates Court in central London.

Assange has been holed in the Ecuadorian embassy in London since 2012.

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