Washington Post:

WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange was released from a British jail cell Thursday after the High Court upheld a decision granting him bail. Assange retreated to a friend’s country estate, where he planned to help mount his legal defense against extradition to Sweden to face sex-crime allegations.

Triumphantly raising his arm as he walked out of the central London courthouse, Assange declared: “If justice is not always an outcome, at least it is not dead yet.”