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Postby greeney2 » Mon Feb 21, 2011 9:56 pm

Get your facts straight Rath, the first rape was dismissed while the 2nd was still under investigation, when he fled the country. Thats why he was arrested under a International arrest warrent and fighting extradition now.
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Postby rath » Mon Feb 21, 2011 11:42 pm

greeney2 wrote:Get your facts straight Rath, the first rape was dismissed while the 2nd was still under investigation, when he fled the country. Thats why he was arrested under a International arrest warrent and fighting extradition now.


Catch Up Greeney2.

i got my facts right .....

Hell you didn't even know the facts until i pointed them out .......

What .... i bet you Googled the facts in my post before you replied ....... didn't you.

the first rape was dismissed while the 2nd was still under investigation,


& you tell me to get my facts right. :wall: :wall: :wall:

the first rape was dismissed ........ BUT...

After the rape was dismissed.

The Swedish government became involved & replaced the chief Prosecutor who then went on world T.V & radio, releasing the facts of the Dismissed case, Names details ect ect. To prejudice Assange ..... ect ect long after Assange was cleared, & then claimed there was a second rape .... & put out an international warrant for Assange.

The second rape claims dont seem to hold any water either. ( A broken condom ) thats the best they could trump up to arrest Assange.

ill bet you that if the Broken condom charges are also dismissed ....... then im sure they will find a third rape victim Or even a murder charge to re arrest Julian Assange yet again.

That's what they do in a FIX UP JOB.
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Postby greeney2 » Tue Feb 22, 2011 12:44 am

Yes Rath, you do not have your facts straight, you are the one who needs to catch up. The Judge in the UK is due to rule on Feb24, if he will extradited or not. Evidently both rape cases are still on going, nothing has been dismissed, otherwise they would not be continuing with the extradition proceedings.

Final arguments in the extradition hearing of WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange were presented in a London court on Friday.

The judge is expected to rule on February 24, but the case is likely to continue long afterward if either side files an appeal.

Assange is being sought for questioning in Sweden on rape and coercion allegations stemming from sexual relations he had with two women in that country last August. One woman has claimed that Assange pinned her down to have sex with her and intentionally tore a condom he wore. The second woman claims that he had sex with her while she was initially asleep, failing to wear a condom despite repeated requests for him to do so. Assange has disputed their claims.

Assange’s attorneys have argued that Swedish prosecutor Marianne Ny had abused the Swedish and U.K. legal process by attempting to extradite Assange without charging him with a crime, and for alleged offenses that are not subject to extradition. They contradicted Ny’s assertion that Sweden had issued an arrest warrant for Assange only after exhausting all “normal procedures” for questioning him.

The WikiLeaks founder, they said, had made himself available to Swedish prosecutors for questioning when he was in that country last year, but the prosecutor’s office had failed to follow up. The office had also given Assange permission to leave the country, only to then issue an arrest warrant to force him to return to Sweden for questioning, without ever first making a formal request to him to come in for an interview in the U.K.

“The proper, proportionate and legal means of requesting a person’s questioning in the U.K. in these circumstances is through Mutual Legal Assistance,” attorney Mark Stephens wrote in court documents, adding that “there is nothing to show that the Prosecutor ever sought to engage the usual MLA procedures for questioning Mr. Assange.”

Defense attorneys have also claimed that Assange would not get a fair trial in Sweden, since rape trials in that country are sometimes held behind closed doors.

Clare Montgomery, the London-based attorney representing Swedish prosecutors in the hearing, has argued that they acted within the law in issuing an arrest warrant for Assange. She also disputed that Assange would be tried in secret in Sweden. Although evidence in the trial might be heard in private, arguments in the case would be made in public.

Photo: Julian Assange (center) speaks to the media, flanked by his lawyers Mark Stephens (left) and Jennifer Robinson after making a appearance at Belmarsh Magistrates’ Court in London, Tuesday, Jan. 11, 2011.
Matt Dunham/AP

See also:

•Feds Subpoena Twitter Seeking Information on Ex-WikiLeaks Volunteer

•Details of Sex Crime Allegations Against WikiLeaks’ Assange Surface
•Report: Federal Grand Jury Considering Charges Against WikiLeaks’ Assange
•Interpol Issues ‘Red Notice’ for Arrest of WikiLeaks’ Julian Assange
•WikiLeaks’ Assange To Meet With U.K. Police Over Swedish Warrant

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Postby Cole_Trickle » Tue May 31, 2011 4:39 am

Will this case/accused person......................Well will this ever see the walls of a court room???????

Maybe they just hope it all blows over one day.

Tick toc--tick toc!

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Postby Cole_Trickle » Tue Jun 07, 2011 11:04 am

Crickets!

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