Julian Assange Sent to Jail And Bond Denied (Video)

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 A London Judge ordered Julian Assange to jail until December 14. He issued the ruling to deny bond or surety because Assange appears to have no physical address. Assange became defiant when asked for his address. He gave a post office box, and questioned the judge as to what type of address he was looking for, so the judge ordered him held.

WikiLeaks Founder Ordered to Jail

Maybe the reason Assange is the founder of WikiLeaks is that he has no home, and no loyalty to any country. He publishes dangerous secret documents because he doesn’t care if anyone gets hurt. Assange seems to have a blatant disregard for security.

He is being held on sexual assault charges, which Sweden alleges. Assange denies the accusations, but has fought extradition back to Sweden.

Now, he is in jail for not revealing his address. If he doesn’t have a home, he is a flight risk. The judge made it clear that Assange is not being held in connection to ‘WikiLeaks,’ but certainly being the founder of the organization cannot have helped his case in Sweden, because he has drawn so much attention to himself.

UNSPECIFIED - DECEMBER 6: A detail from the Interpol website showing the appeal for the arrest of the editor-in-chief of the Wikileaks whistleblowing website, Julian Assange on December 6, 2010. Assange who has spearheaded the release of thousands of sensitive diplomatic cables through Wikileaks is wanted in Sweden on rape charges against two women, and is currently in hiding. (Photo by Getty Images)

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