America's Swedish stooges continue their harassment of Assange

"The Swedes are going after Wikileaks founder Julian Assange again, and the government has now issued an international warrant for his arrest.

Today the Swedish prosecutor said that Assange was needed for questioning in the matter, but his lawyers see the entire case as politically motivated.

Mark Stephens from the Index on Censorship is Assange's lawyer, and in a statement given to the press today said, "The behaviour of the investigators has been bizarre. I’ve never seen anything like it in 30 years of legal practice. We haven't been able to answer the specifics of the smear because the investigators won’t detail the allegations and they haven’t responded to Mr Assange’s voluntary offers of interview."

Seems there is something rotten in the state of Sweden.

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