Wikileaks founder returns to court
NBC News — Wikileaks founder Julian Assange returned to the British Supreme Court for the second day of his appeal. Assange is fighting extradition to Sweden for questioning over alleged sex offenses, which he denies.
The 40 year old Australian greeted supporters outside court thursday who held signs with slogans that included "Free Bradley Manning." On the first day of the appeal, Assange's attorney Dinah Rose called the arrest warrant for Assange invalid because it was issued by the Swedish prosecutor. She will resume her case before the seven judges at Britain's high court thursday.