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13 Dec 2014

Sweden vs. Assange

A distinguished European human rights advocate is relentlessly exposing abuses by mainstream Swedish news organizations covering the prosecution of WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange. Dr. Marcello Ferrada de Noli is a medical school professor who splits his time between Sweden and Italy after surviving politically motivated torture decades ago in Chile. He was imprisoned in Quiriquina Island Camp, after resisting Pinochet s Military Junta, and he was himself a whistleblower upon the Russel Tribunal in Rome in 1974, on the crimes perpetrated by the Junta
A distinguished European human rights advocate is relentlessly exposing abuses by mainstream Swedish news organizations...

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29 Oct 2014

Sweden Considers Questioning Julian Assange at Ecuadorian Embassy

Swedish officials are thinking over the option to question Julian Assange before a ruling is made by an appeal court on rescinding his arrest warrant. Sweden s chief prosecutor Marianne Ny said on Tuesday that she is considering an invitation by the British government to question Julian Assange in London before a court ruling is made in Sweden on whether or not to lift the warrant for his arrest.
Swedish officials are thinking over the option to question Julian Assange before a ruling is made by an appeal court on...

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23 Feb 2012

WikiLeaks smear effort to reveal Bildt as US ‘spy’

WikiLeaks is planning a smear campaign against Sweden to halt the extradition of founder Julian Assange to the United States, including releasing documents allegedly showing that Swedish foreign minister Carl Bildt has acted as an informant for the United States since the 1970s.
WikiLeaks is planning a smear campaign against Sweden to halt the extradition of founder Julian Assange to the United...

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2 Apr 2011

No Requirement of Proof in Swedish Sex Trials

Controversial solicitor Claes Borgstr m keeps telling everyone that 'victims' can't determine if they've been violated because they're not jurists. But most 'magistrates' sitting in the Swedish courts aren't jurists either - they're political appointees with no background in law.
Controversial solicitor Claes Borgstr m keeps telling everyone that 'victims' can't determine if they've been violated...

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9 Feb 2011

Legal expert slams Assange case

A former chief prosecutor in Sweden has criticised his country's handling of the case against Julian Assange, founder of whistleblowing website WikiLeaks. Sven-Erik Alhem, appearing at the second day of a hearing in London to decide whether Assange should be extradited to Sweden, said it was "quite peculiar" that investigators in his country did not obtain Assange's version of events before issuing an arrest warrant.
A former chief prosecutor in Sweden has criticised his country's handling of the case against Julian Assange, founder of...

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