Wikileaks-founder-turned-talk-show-host Julian Assange has been under house arrest in the UK for the past year-and-half, fighting the CIA-backed radical feminist conspiracy to extradite him to Sweden to face sexual assault accusations by two women there. Tomorrow, we will finally learn his fate.
Two courts have already ruled that Julian Assange, who once embarrassed the most powerful country on Earth with a series of spectacular leaks and currently conducts Skype chats for a Kremlin-backed propaganda television channel, should be extradited to Sweden. He faces allegations that, among other things, he purposely tore a condom during sex with a Swedish Wikileaks supporter in 2010. But Assange's legal team appealed both rulings. Britain's Supreme Court will make the final call on Wednesday, bringing this sad, sticky chapter of Julian Assange's downfall to a close. And possibly opening a whole new sad, sticky chapter. Stay tuned.