Zuma Rossdale: Play Time At Coldwater Park

On February 9, 2011, in Celeb, by nadia

Gwen Stefani and Gavin Rossdale’s son Zuma Rossdale was seen with his nanny at Coldwater Park in Beverly Hills, Calif. on Tuesday (February 8). Wearing a fedora hat and a long necklace, the 2-year-old tot looked like he had fun riding piggy back on the nanny! This past Sunday, Zuma was spotted with his family going to a Super Bowl party.

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Gwen Stefani and Gavin Rossdale’s son Zuma Rossdale was seen with his nanny at Coldwater Park in Beverly Hills, Calif. on Tuesday (February 8).

Wearing a fedora hat and a long necklace, the 2-year-old tot looked like he had fun riding piggy back on the nanny!

This past Sunday, Zuma was spotted with his family going to a Super Bowl party.

Photos: GSI Media/Fame


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Assange Fights Extradition to Sweden – Wall Street Journal

On February 8, 2011, in Latest News, by ayesha

By JEANNE WHALEN LONDON—A legal battle over whether WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange should be extradited to Sweden to face a sexual-assault investigation entered its second day Tuesday, with lawyers sparring over who had been more uncooperative: Mr. Assange or the Swedish prosecutor pursuing him. Sweden is trying to extradite Mr

By JEANNE WHALEN

LONDON—A legal battle over whether WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange should be extradited to Sweden to face a sexual-assault investigation entered its second day Tuesday, with lawyers sparring over who had been more uncooperative: Mr. Assange or the Swedish prosecutor pursuing him.

Sweden is trying to extradite Mr. Assange from the U.K. for questioning over allegations that he raped one woman and molested another during a visit to Stockholm last August. He hasn’t been formally charged with a crime, and denies wrongdoing.

Lawyers for Mr. Assange argued that he shouldn’t be extradited because he tried multiple times to meet with Swedish prosecutors after they opened the investigation on Sept. 1, and before Mr. Assange left Sweden on Sept. 27.

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Julian Assange addresses the media as he leaves court in London on Tuesday.

But a lawyer representing Swedish prosecutor Marianne Ny said it was Ms. Ny who tried repeatedly, and unsuccessfully, to schedule an interrogation with Mr. Assange, who at one point went missing for about a week, unreachable by even his own lawyers.

The sexual-assault allegations surfaced at the end of August, in the wake of WikiLeaks’ publication of thousands of classified U.S. documents. The leaks have led to a broad U.S. federal investigation.

After Mr. Assange left the country, Sweden issued a European arrest warrant for him, and he was arrested in the U.K. on Dec. 7.

Mr. Assange’s Swedish lawyer, Bjorn Hurtig, took the stand Tuesday to say that he and his client tried several times in early September to meet with Ms. Ny, but were told that she wasn’t yet ready to interrogate Mr. Assange.

But when Ms. Ny contacted Mr. Hurtig on Sept. 21 to say she was ready to interrogate Mr. Assange, and wanted to meet him on Sept. 28, Mr. Hurtig said he couldn’t reach his client, a lawyer representing Sweden told the court Tuesday. Mr. Hurtig confirmed this under cross-examination, saying that he attempted to contact Mr. Assange but was unable to, and didn’t hear from him until Sept. 29, when Mr. Assange phoned him from Germany.

Mr. Hurtig said Mr. Assange had received death threats and was trying to keep a low profile as a result. “He could be a bit difficult to get a hold of. What we agreed was, when he had found a stable place, then he would contact me,” Mr. Hurtig said Tuesday.

In an earlier written statement to the court, Mr. Hurtig had claimed that Ms. Ny didn’t try to interrogate Mr. Assange before the WikiLeaks founder left Sweden Sept. 27. In court Tuesday, Mr. Hurtig acknowledged that that was incorrect, and apologized for the error.

Lawyers for Mr. Assange called to the witness stand a former Swedish prosecutor, Sven-Erik Ahlem, who criticized some of Sweden’s handling of the case. He said prosecutors should have interrogated Mr. Assange much sooner, and should have considered interviewing him in the U.K., as Mr. Assange has proposed.

But Mr. Ahlem also said that if he were in Mr. Assange’s shoes, he would go to Sweden immediately to “clear my name.”

One of the women said she had consensual sex with Mr. Assange while he was wearing a condom, but that she later awoke to find him having sex with her without a condom, an incident that is being investigated as a possible rape. The woman told Swedish prosecutors that she was asleep when Mr. Assange allegedly violated her, Mr. Hurtig said Tuesday. But Mr. Hurtig said he has seen a text message that the woman sent her friend in which she said she was “half asleep,” a statement that Mr. Hurtig said undermines her version of events.

The hearing is scheduled to continue on Friday.

Write to Jeanne Whalen at jeanne.whalen@wsj.com

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Assange hearing is ‘Hamlet without the princess’ – Telegraph.co.uk

On February 8, 2011, in Latest News, by admin

Outside court, Mr Assange’s attorney, Mark Stephens said: “Today, we have seen a Hamlet without the princess, a prosecutor who has been ready to feed the media within information, but has been unwilling to come here.” He continued to challenge the Swedish prosecutor and asked her to “subject yourself to the cross-examination” when the case resumes on Friday.

Outside court, Mr Assange’s attorney, Mark Stephens said: “Today, we have
seen a Hamlet without the princess, a prosecutor who has been ready to feed
the media within information, but has been unwilling to come here.”

He continued to challenge the Swedish prosecutor and asked her to “subject
yourself to the cross-examination” when the case resumes on Friday.

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