The founder of the whistleblowing website Wikileaks says attempts to extradite him to Sweden are part of a smear campaign instigated by the US. Julian Assange, who's been released on bail by a British court, says he will continue to publish leaked classified documents. Assange attacked the justice system which he said allows a person to be extradited without any evidence. He'll have to stay in Britain under house arrest until a decision is made on whether he should be extradited to Sweden over sexual assault allegations. That case was dropped in August, but later reopened, in a move many see as politically motivated. Australian journalist and documentary film-maker John Pilger, who's in contact with Assange, says the legal proceedings have been absurd.
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