Rape Warrant for Wikileaks Founder Canceled in Sweden
Update: Rape warrant canceled.
An arrest warrant has been issued in Sweden for Wikileaks founder Julian Assange. He is being sought for questioning on allegations of rape and molestation in two cases.
Assange says the allegations are the beginning of a "dirty tricks" cammpaign intended as retribution for his publishing the Pentagon Afghan war files on the Wikileaks website.
Assange is Australian and doesn't have a permanent address. He was in Sweden last week on Wikileaks business.
Assange, an Australian citizen, was in Sweden last week to apply for a publishing certificate to make sure the website, which has servers in Sweden, can take full advantage of Swedish laws protecting whistleblowers. He also gave a talk about his work and defended the decision by Wikileaks to publish the Afghan war logs.
Assange's current whereabouts are unknown, but some say he is still in Sweden. On the allegations [More....]:
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