#8939952, By SirScratchalot Wikileaks

  • SirScratchalot 17 Aug 2012 00:54:51 7,877 posts
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    MightyMouse wrote:
    Sweden has been found guilty of breaching its obligations under international law by the UN Human Rights Committee in the recent past. Ecuador and Assange would presumably take that into account when judging whether he might be extradited.

    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Repatriation_of_Ahmed_Agiza_and_Muhammad_al-Zery
    Yup, this one thing happened once, in the dead of night. And this is indeed once, at the height of 9/11 fever. In relation to terrorism charges.
    The chances of this happening to Assange without the US actually threatening to invade is roughly zero to zero point zero.

    You realize Assange went to Sweden because he considered it a safe haven initially? And if he's afraid of being nabbed by a black helicopter than the extra rape charges are likely to matter very little.

    The charges are bumpkus but that dosen't mean they'll get dropped without investigation.
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