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Wikileak’s Julian Assange on his way to Sweden - reports

Friday, 11 November 2011
Julian Assange, founder of the whistle blower site Wikileak is ob hins way to sweden to stand charges of sex crimes according to recent reports from various Swedish news houses.

 The suspected sex abuser, Wikileaks founder, Julian Assange is reported to have decided to come to Sweden, according to  Harald Ullman, whose PR firm has been engaged by Assange to help him with public relations in Sweden reports Swedish media sources.


“Yes it is true that I have taken upon myself a mission to help Julian Assange. He is innocent and I will do my best to help him,” says Ullman to Swedish television.

Last week, a High Court in London said that Julian Assange would be deported to Sweden to face suspected sex crimes charges brought against him by two women. The Swedish police have wanted to question him on that but he had moves to Sweden. His extradition to Sweden then turned out to be a string legal issue because it coupled with the activities of his site Wikileaks which had been leading out sensitive information about government tapped from the American sources.

He has always denied the sex allegations. His Swedish lawyer, Björn Hurtig told Swedish television that that he can neither confirm nor deny the information tha he is coming to Sweden.

“I just do not know,” says Hurtig.
The Swedish prosecution told Swedish television that they do not have any knowledge of that Assange was planning to come to Sweden.
 “It would be nice if it was true - the sooner the better for my clients. I have always been convinced that he will return to Sweden and finally stop pulling out of this,” said Hurtig.

The two plaintiffs' lawyer Claes Borgström could not be reached for comments.
By Scancomark.se Team

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