http://au.tv.yahoo.com/sunrise/video/-/watch/27142081/assange-loses-latest-legal-fight/ He has two weeks to appeal, has been arrested for 332 days. The appeal will be to the same judges that decided he should be extradited. His lawyers and mother are appealing to Australia to intervene in the extradition. http://www.theaustralian.com.au/new...-canberra-to-act/story-e6frg6so-1226184787344 "As far as Julian Assange is concerned, Sweden doesn't have bail, doesn't have money bail for foreigners, so he's likely to be held in custody." Robertson added that he does not believe the WikiLeaks founder, who has previously blasted Canberra for not doing enough to protect him amid the fallout from the leaks, will face a fair trial in Sweden. "He's going to be tried in secret, and this is outrageous by our standards and by any standards," he said. Assange has strongly denied the rape allegations, claiming they are politically motivated and linked to the activities of WikiLeaks. He has been under virtual house arrest since he was first detained in December.He has expressed fears that his extradition to Sweden would lead to his transfer to the United States to face charges of spying linked to the leaking of classified military documents by US soldier Bradley Manning."