Julian Assange Granted Bail by UK Judge

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WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange has reportedly been granted bail by a London judge. When Assange turned himself in last week, he was initially denied bail.

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Assange’s bail has been set at £240,000. However, there are additional conditions: Heather Brooke reports live from the courtroom via Twitter that Assange has to wear an electronic tag, surrender his passport, obey curfews from 10am-2pm and 10pm-2am, and report to the local police station at 6pm every day.

(via MSNBC, Heather Brooke)

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