Julian Assange rape inquiry dropped but arrest in UK still possible – live – The Guardian

That would have been the thing that should have happened, but he avoided that by going to the Ecuadorian embassy.

From both women’s point of view, it would have been reasonable that he had to answer to what they say he has done to them. The Swedish courts have found it most probably that he has committed crimes against them, he was arrested on probable cause.

The courts in Sweden, the district court, the court of appeal and the supreme court, have found it probable that he has committed what the prosecutors claimed. The whole case is left with that knowledge.

He [Assange] decided to avoid the arms of justice. He didn’t want to come to court. He didn’t want to answer the allegations, so he decided to escape.

Julian Assange rape inquiry dropped but arrest in UK still possible – live – The Guardian

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