Wikileak's Julian Assange Surrenders to Authorities
Interpol's "Most Wanted" Wikileak's Julian Assange surrendered to police today and the judge has denied bail.
The Metropolitan Police in London received an arrest warrant for Assange from Swedish authorities on suspicion of rape, sexual molestation and unlawful coercion.
In the last few days, Assange hit financial roadblocks with over $120,000 "frozen" from Paypal and Postfinance's (Swiss based) closure of Assange's bank accounts.
Limited access to Wikileak's donor financing may slow Assange's release of the sensitive and confidential U.S. documents, as today (Monday) is the first day there has been no document reveal since the leaks began last week.
The financial roadblocks will have limited effect on the sharing of information already leaked, as hundreds of mirror sites have popped up through the support of Assange's loyal followers in recent days.
Whether or not there will be an opportunity for the U.S. authorities to pursue charges of espionage against Assange, if arrested, is still unknown.