Assange and Swedish Law

More grist to Assange’s mill.

It’s mainly a recognition of the flaws in any new Swedish extradition case against Assange, which his supporters have known about from the start. But it also bears on the crucial question of his possible re-extradition to the USA; in connexion with which the last point made here is I think a good one: ‘Should we extradite to Germany’s Hitler someone who has revealed the existence of concentration camps and genocide, regardless to how that information was obtained?  I don’t think so.’ Amen.

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Retired academic, author, historian.
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