No legal guarantees for Edward Snowden

Snowden’s father claims that he seeks to broker deal with US for son’s return. Would say that there is some remote chance he might be successful? Read few comments by Robert Turner, Professor, Associate Director, Center for National Security Law, University of Virginia.

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Snowden’s legal fight?

Read few comments. I have asked those questions before it was announced that Edward Snowden left Hong Kong.

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European Union vs PRISM?

As Director of National Intelligence James Clapper said that the PRISM project is aimed on foreigners would you say that the European Union (European Commission) should as ask at least for the clarifications if European citizens were targeted? Read few comments.

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Will the US ask for Assange’s extradition? It is not unlikely

One of the core problems with  Julian Assange’s case is that he believes that he could be extradited from Sweden to America.

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Ecuador Grants Asylum to Assange. What’s next?

Read few comments and see also the previous post.

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Assange’s case: What is Britain doing?

The Foreign Office says it can lift the Ecuador embassy’s diplomatic status to fulfill a legal obligation to extradite Julian Assange. The Foreign Office says  it could use the Diplomatic and Consular Premises Act 1987.

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No punishment for Terry Jones for the burning of Quran in the US

But what if he would be somewhere else, for example in the UK.

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Is President Bush vulnerable to prosecution abroad?

The Centre for Constitutional Rights believes President George Bush approved torture when he approved enhanced interrogation techniques  and the organization said all signatories to the convention on torture “are obligated to prosecute or extradite for prosecution anyone present in their territory they have a reasonable basis for believing has committed torture”.

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Will US charge Juliane Assange for Wikileaks?

Seems unlikely.

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The Saville report on Bloody Sunday: Any prosecution?

According to BBC the Public Prosecution Service in Northern Ireland has said it is seeking advice about how to respond to the findings of the report.

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