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Friday, 5 October 2012

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Fellow-accused Babar Blaksheep wants his personal blow-up mattress delivered to the embasssy

London - The radical cleric is to be put on a plane for Quito after three Appeal Court judges agreed to his repatriation under the Human Frights Act.

Today's ruling also means four other undesirables detained alongside the hate preacher are free to shack up with Julian Assange in London's Ecuadorean embassy 'for the time being'.

Space is said to be cramped at the Knightsbridge legation where the Wikileaks founder has enjoyed a clean run without having to share his tiny bolt hole.

All that could change now as lawyers acting on behalf of Kamel Kebab, Mustapha Pii, Babar Blaksheep and Osama Bin Life O'Riely renew the fight for their 'blow-up mattresses' to be delivered to the Hans 'Red' Crescent building.

Late yesterday evening Assange's legal team attempted going ex parte before senior judge Sir Pumpkin Bristler to block any such accommodation sharing moves as a cruel and unusual act.

But M' Learned Friend never showed up for the midnight hearing at his Middle Temple chambers due to being unavoidably detained in a Mayfair breathalyzer mix-up.

Commenting on the situation the Ecuador ambassador's sign language interpreters said 'WTF?' as QM-Newscorpse reporters clamored for a statement.

Carlos the Jackal is 69.

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