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Topic - Howard Riddle
After four days of foul-mouthed evidence that provided insight into soccer's crude culture, Chelsea captain John Terry was cleared Friday of racially abusing an opponent.
A teenager accused of acting as a spokesman for computer hacking groups that targeted Sony, Rupert Murdoch-owned newspapers and a British crime agency was freed on bail Monday as he awaits trial.
A British judge says WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange can be extradited to Sweden over sex crimes claims.
Julian Assange can be extradited to Sweden in a sex-crimes inquiry, a British judge ruled Thursday, rejecting claims by the WikiLeaks founder that he would not face a fair trial there. Mr. Assange's lawyer said he would appeal.
A British judge granted Julian Assange bail on Tuesday, but the WikiLeaks founder will remain in custody for at least another 48 hours after Swedish prosecutors said they would challenge the decision.
A British judge on Tuesday denied bail for WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange, who told a London court he intends to fight his extradition to Sweden on sex-crime allegations.
Judge Howard Riddle said the allegations of rape and sexual molestation by two women against Mr. Assange meet the definition of extraditable offenses and said the Swedish warrant had been properly issued and was valid.