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Wednesday, 01 September 2010 14:59

Wikileaks rape inquiry reopened

Written by Nick Farell


Top prosecutor to look again at the case
A senior Swedish prosecutor has ordered the reopening of a rape investigation into Wikileaks founder Julian Assange.

Public Prosecutions Director Marianne Ny said that despite another prosecutor cancelling an investigation into the rape allegation, there was reason to believe a crime has been committed and that the crime was classified as rape. Assange denies any wrongdoing saying the accusations are "without basis".

Apparently the Swedish woman who accused  Assange of raping her has appealed to another prosecutor. Ny said of the rape allegation that "more investigations are necessary before a final decision can be made". She also said that anotheraccusation of molestation against Assange should be reclassified and investigated as a case of sexual coercion and sexual molestation.

Nick Farell

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+4 #1 FistOfGod 2010-09-02 11:45
In other news: Swedish man sentenced to burning at stake for speaking to woman in shop. Editorial: Should Swedish men be allowed to keep their penises at birth? "Perhaps we need a stricter law regulating penis ownership" claims another I-will-take-it-out-on-all-youz-madaf*ckas-for-my-empty-sex-life public figure. Go swivel, prosecutor Marianne, hope you drown in a bath. Bitch.
 
 
+4 #2 deadspeedv 2010-09-02 14:22
lol. Poor prick is going to get more and more stuff like this. US government is probably paying them to accuse him. New strategy to shut him up I guess :P
 

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