WikiLeak's spokesperson Kristinn Hrafnsson, left, talks to Julian Assange's lawyers Per E Samuelsson and Tomas Olsson, right, after a public court hearing in Stockholm on Wednesday July 16, 2014. A ... more 
WikiLeak's spokesperson Kristinn Hrafnsson, left, talks to Julian Assange's lawyers Per E Samuelsson and Tomas Olsson, right, after a public court hearing in Stockholm on Wednesday July 16, 2014. A Swedish court on Wednesday upheld its detention order on Julian Assange, reaffirming the legal basis for an international warrant for the WikiLeaks founder which has kept him hiding in the Ecuadorean Embassy in London for two years. One of Assange's defense lawyers, Per Samuelson, said they would study the judge's decision in detail and then "write a juicy, toxic appeal" to a higher court. (AP Photo/TT, Roger Vikstrom) SWEDEN OUT less 
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Associated Press | Photo By TT, Roger Vikstrom
Wed, Jul 16, 2014 2:36 PM EDT