Posted: November 3rd, 2011 | Author: Michael Courtenay | Filed under: Julian Assange, Revolute, WikiLeaks | Tags: assange, australia, courts-and-trials, information-and-communication, internet-technology, Julian Assange, laws, Revolute, sweden, united-kingdom, WikiLeaks | Comments Off on Assange Loses Appeal Against Swedish Extradition
WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange has lost his appeal against extradition to Sweden, where prosecutors want to question him about sexual assault allegations.
Two judges at the High Court in London rejected the 40-year-old Australian’s arguments that his extradition would be unlawful. They ruled the Swedish arrest warrant stands and Mr Assange should face questioning over the allegations made by two former volunteers of his WikiLeaks organisation. Read the full article »»»»
Posted: February 16th, 2011 | Author: M.Aaron Silverman | Filed under: Julian Assange, Revolute, WikiLeaks | Tags: assange, condom, Julian Assange, naked, nude, Revolute, WikiLeaks | Comments Off on The Assange Condom
The Swedish rape and sexual molestation investigation into Wikileaks founder Julian Assange hinges in part on a broken condom. Did Assange tear it on purpose? Pictures of that fateful condom have now been leaked, along with the entire police report.
Here are pictures of the split condom that started Nobel Peace Prize nominee Julian Assange’s legal troubles, for which he is currently under house arrest fighting extradition to Sweden.
One of Assange’s two accusers, leftist activist Anna Ardin, claims he initially refused to wear the condom, then deliberately ripped it during sex after reluctantly agreeing to use it. Ardin states that Assnage “held her down roughly” and “tore at her clothes” Ardin apparently saved the condom and turned it over to the police, who performed forensic analysis on it.
According to the forensic analysis, “small scratches were observed in a few areas close to the split edge.” However, the damage showed “no trace of what could be assigned to tools.” seems the only tool here is the widget that the latex device split inside of . . . .
These photos are part of a 100-page Swedish police report on the Assange case, including uncensored interviews and investigators’ notes, which was originally posted anonymously to a file-sharing site. But the documents vanished soon after :: Read the full article »»»»