Wikifever is back on track with the release of Wikileaks spokesperson Julian Assange on bail despite pressure from Swedish government indicating that Assange might prove to be a flight risk.
Supporters gathered outside the City of Westminter Magistrates Court to cheer him on and to decry the arrest as they wait for the man to be released.
When Assange is released (at about 6pm Tuesday 2010) he will be subject to a curfew order from a location in suffolk and will have to report to the local police each evening.
The BBC has reported that one of the latest cables:
Claims British police helped “develop” evidence against Madeleine McCann’s parents after she went missing.
Chances are that Assange will not try to abscond… but still.
The aim of art is to represent not the outward appearance of things, but their inward significance. – Aristotle