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Sweden Drops Rape Investigation Into Julian Assange

Oliver Plunkett

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While all investigative steps have been taken in the case, including additional interviews with Assange, the evidence does not prove he committed a criminal act according to the prosecutor.
The Prosecution Authority added that oral testimony in the case had "weakened," which is natural over time. The decision can be appealed.
 

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Sweden has a rocketing rate of rape cases and a deplorable rate of convictions.
Prosecuting Assange would seem too much like a political act.
 

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So correct me if I'm wrong, that means he's now being held for not turning up for a hearing on a case that was subsequently dropped ?
 

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The Australian government is very quiet about the rights of one of its citizens.
 

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Swedish State and UK State are the true villains of this sideshow. He will be thrown into a gulag now in the US (though the way the UK penal system has been abusing him by the time he gets there it might be a relief.

The judge who was overseeing his case has personal investments in some of the companies wikileaks exposed.

Sweden should be deeply ashamed but look at Malmo - price of being a lap dog to the globalist NWO - punishment already arrived for that.

The report said that Arbuthnot’s husband, Lord Arbuthnot of Edrom, a former British defense minister, “has financial links to the British military establishment, including institutions and individuals exposed by WikiLeaks.” It said the judge herself had also received gifts “including from a military and cybersecurity company exposed by WikiLeaks.”


The Daily Maverick reported further on Friday:


“The son of Lady Emma Arbuthnot, the Westminster chief magistrate overseeing the extradition proceedings of Julian Assange, is the vice-president and cyber-security adviser of a firm heavily invested in a company founded by GCHQ and MI5 which seeks to stop data leaks, it can be revealed.

Alexander Arbuthnot’s employer, the private equity firm Vitruvian Partners, has a multimillion-pound investment in Darktrace, a cyber-security company which is also staffed by officials recruited directly from the US National Security Agency (NSA) and the Central Intelligence Agency (CIA).

These intelligence agencies are behind the US government’s prosecution of Julian Assange for publishing secret documents. Darktrace has also had access to two former UK prime ministers and former US President Barack Obama.
 
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