ASSANGE & SWEDEN
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A somewhat random collection of news clippings and other items relating to the Assange case. As the volume is so large, the material has been divided into six separate PDF files ranging in size from roughly 3-5 megabytes. Links:
Part 1: 14 August 2010 – 16 December 2010
Part 2: 17 December 2010 – 17 February 2011
Part 3: 20 February 2011 - 17 July 2011
Part 4: 8 August 2011 – 30 June 2011
Part 5: 1 July 2012 – 27 October 2012
Part 6: October 2012 – 30 June 2013
Part 7: 1 July 2013 – 20 June 2014
Part 8: 20 June 2014 – 31 December 2016
A key issue in the Assange case is the risk of his being extradited from Sweden to the United States, where he has been targeted for brutal treatment. That risk and related matters are discussed in the following PDF documents:
Sweden, Assange & USA
It is almost a certainty that the editor of WikiLeaks will be
turned over to the United States if he is extradited to Sweden
From Neutrality to NATO
Sweden has become a vassal-state within the U.S. empire,
especially since the assassination of Prime Minister Olof Palme in 1986.
A Year of Living Productively
Julian Assange's first year of asylum in Ecuador's London embassy.
Mounting Criticism of Swedish Prosecution
After more than three years, the poorly justified pursuit of
Julian Assange is publicly challenged by Swedish legal experts.
Solution to Assange Case? Not interested.
Swedish authorities decline to meet with
distinguished visitor offering way out of legal impasse.
Assange: Still Under Siege in London
After two years of enforcing his confinement in Ecuador’s embassy,
there is little doubt that the British and Swedish government
have been acting on behalf of the United States
Murdering Language in the Name of the Law
WikiLeaks’ editor Julian Assange has been stigmatized throughout the world with
a violent crime he has not committed. That is the result of a linguistic folly
which was incorporated into Swedish law in 2005.
12 September 2014