onsdag 25 juni 2014

Assanges advokater kräver att häktningsordern ska hävas - Aktbilaga 39+ Stockholms Tingsrätt

Wikileaks-grundaren Julian Assanges svenska advokater kräver att häktningsordern mot honom ska hävas. Advokaterna har i dagarna lämnat in en hemställan om omhäktningsförhandling vid Stockholms Tingsrätt. Läs bilagan i originalversion här...

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Assange lawyers demand end to arrest warrant, release of evidence

RT 2014-06-25
Julian Assange’s lawyers are demanding Swedish prosecutors reveal texts from the woman in the ‘rape’ scandal, currently hanging over the WikiLeaks founder. Changes in the law allow this and the defense team is appealing to cancel the arrest warrant.

"There is now a law which says that prosecutors in Sweden must give an account of the material they are using to build their case, and we have not seen that material yet," Thomas Olsson and Per E. Samuelson, Assange's lawyers, told Sveriges Radio, as cited by The Local.

- Legislation from June 1 says that a suspect has the right to be made aware of "all the circumstances that have influenced a court's decision," said Bengt Ivarsson, president of the Swedish Bar Association.

Olsson and Samuelson believe that it could help them gain access to text messages that were sent by the girls who were allegedly raped by the WikiLeaks founder.

"The messages strongly suggest that there is no basis for the arrest and they are thus vital, so that he [Assange] can effectively tackle the arrest warrant," the defense lawyers wrote in an official request on Tuesday.

According to Olsson, the arrest warrant should be rescinded as it cannot be enforced while Assange is in the Ecuadorian embassy in London, and Sweden won’t consider the possibility of questioning the WikiLeaks founder in the UK’s capital.

"In light of the significant impact this has on Assange's ability to move freely and to live a normal life, we think that it is unreasonable to uphold the decision," he told Reuters. "As I see it, the arguments for the unreasonableness of the situation are very strong, so we have very strong hopes that the court will change the decision."

Samuelson believes that "the new law gives [the defendants] more power."
"In 2011, we were allowed to read them and memorize them, but we do not have the full messages," he added.

Assange, NY forum talk Orwellian future, internet as 'suppression' tool

Assange has been trapped at the Ecuadorian Embassy in London, where he received political asylum in 2012, after Swedish authorities issued a warrant for his extradition. He is wanted in Sweden for questioning over allegations of the rape and sexual assault of two women. Assange has vehemently denied all the charges.

According to the WikiLeaks frontman, the accusations are politically motivated and Sweden will hand him over to the US if he is extradited.

Assange wrote in his affidavit that one of the women did not intend to press charges against him.

“While the younger woman was at the police station on 20 August 2010, her phone records show that she wrote that she did not want to press any charges on JA [Julian Assange], but that the police were keen on getting a grip on him,” says the statement from the affidavit.

The woman said she was “shocked when they arrested JA because she only wanted him to take a test” and later told a friend that she felt that she had been “railroaded by police and others around her.”

- According to the younger woman's phone records:

“I did not want to accuse JA for anything… it was the police who made up the charges.”

FBI has an active criminal case against WikiLeaks’ Assange – court documents

The US Department of Justice opened an investigation into the activities of WikiLeaks in 2010, after it published US military and diplomatic documents leaked by Chelsea Manning (formerly PFC Bradley Manning) in Iraq. Manning has since been charged under the Espionage Act and sentenced to 35 years in prison.



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Överklagande från försvaret 

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Åklagarens Yttrande 2014-09-23

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Assange's lawyers file to dismiss arrest warrant

Publicerades den 24 jun 2014
Lawyers for Julian Assange filed a legal motion Tuesday in Stockholm, Sweden to dismiss an arrest warrant for the WikiLeaks founder. Wanted for questioning by Swedish authorities over sexual assault allegations, the activist fears he will be extradited to the US to face espionage charges if he returns to Sweden. 
RT's Ameera David has more on this latest attempt to free one of the world's most wanted men.

Assange: - Google has revolving doors with State Dept (RT EXCLUSIVE)

Publicerades den 20 sep 2014
Watch Julian Assange interview: http://youtu.be/Y8vBer7xyW8
Going Underground's Afshin Rattansi talks with Julian Assange in an exclusive interview. They discuss imperial foreign policies, Google, impact of WikiLeaks and more.
Assanges advokater kräver att häktningsordern ska hävas - Aktbilaga 39+ Stockholms Tingsrätt

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  1. Assange: Åklagarnas yttrande angående aktbilaga 39 och häktningsordern


  2. -Happy birthday, Assange! Swedish court sets hearing date as whistleblower turns 43-

    RT July 03, 2014

    A Swedish court has set the date for the Assange “rape case” hearing for July 16. The announcement comes as Twitter is bombarded with happy birthday wishes to the WikiLeaks founder, who turned 43 on Thursday, his second year at the Ecuadorean embassy.

    The public hearing at Stockholm district court will be the first legal move in the case since the WikiLeaks founder requested asylum in the South-American country’s embassy in 2012.
    However, it is more than likely that in two weeks from now the hearing will kick off without the defendant.

    Julian Assange, now 43, is still at the Ecuadorean embassy in the UK capital, and showing no signs of getting ready to travel to Stockholm. Should he leave the embassy – even to greet his fans who came to the embassy with happy birthday banners – the whistleblower will be arrested and extradited to Sweden.[...]


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