Wikileaks founder Julian Assange has been living in the Ecuadorian Embassy in London for five years, due to a fabricated rape allegation from 2010, emanating from the country of Sweden. However, today Swedish investigators and prosecutors have done what they should have done many years ago, which is to finally close the allegation and finally put it to rest, because it’s obviously entirely false. They annulled the allegations today and now Julian Assange is technically free to walk out of the embassy in Knightsbridge. Well, almost.
Nothing brings more joy on this Friday than to hear that this politically driven set-up on Julian Assange, finally being lifted. Sweden’s director of Public Prosecution, Marianne Ny said the probe had been “discontinued.
Julian Assange always denied the allegations from 2010, where two women in Sweden had claimed that he raped them both. Think about that for a moment! What is he? An Octopus?
The allegations held no merit in reality and so it was only a matter of time until this wonderful day arrived, especially in the light of recent victories for truth and justice, such as with Donald J. Trump being elected as President.
Perhaps, the socialist shadow government of the world and their dirty political tricks are finally falling by the way side? Let’s hope so, because we’re very sick of it. Sweden serves as the perfect example of how socialism destroys nations, just so politicians who usually lose, can get elected by compromising their very own citizens best interests by drawing in hordes of refugees and migrants in return for political votes. Maybe these things are intertwined, somehow?
Anyway, anyone with half a brain could have figured out that this fabricated rape allegation on Assange was solely manifested to stop him in his tracks due to his magnificent work with the renowned website, Wikileaks.
The question now is, what will Julian Assange do next? Well right now, we are assured (psychic mind) that he is taking in this marvellous news with the wonderful Pamela Anderson, if not at this very moment, then very soon, at the Ecuadorian Embassy in London.
However, Julian Assange may still face more problems if the UK and USA decide to implement a warrant for his arrest on other grounds, but with very reasonable and great leaders like Theresa May and Donald Trump at the helm, let’s hope not.
Wikileaks recently tweeted, “UK refuses to confirm or deny whether it has already received a US extradition warrant for Julian Assange. Focus now moves to UK.”
Pamela Anderson re-tweeted Julian Assange’s smiling tweet from this morning and she’ll no doubt be at his doorstep in moments. They are truly the loveliest couple ever and today we are extremely happy for the both of them.
Today’s revelation of charges being dropped in Sweden is a victory for justice, truth and honour.
Although, the Met Police said this morning that it was “obliged” to deliver a warrant for the arrest of Assange should he leave the embassy, after he didn’t turn up at Westminster Magistrates Court in June of 2012.
“Whilst Mr Assange was wanted on a European Arrest Warrant (EAW) for an extremely serious offence, the MPS response reflected the serious nature of that crime. Now that the situation has changed and the Swedish authorities have discontinued their investigation into that matter, Mr Assange remains wanted for a much less serious offence.”
So, you see that the great honesty of Julian Assange and his struggles have triumphed very slowly indeed and surely this UK arrest warrant is just a technical and bureaucratic piece of paperwork, that will hopefully also be resolved in due time.
The Met Police force has spent millions in enforcing police protection outside the embassy for five years and released this statement, “The MPS will provide a level of resourcing which is proportionate to that offence. The priority for the MPS must continue to be arresting those who are currently wanted in the Capital in connection with serious violent or sexual offences for the protection of Londoners.”
Julian Assnage’s Swedish lawyer last month filed a new request that the arrest warrant be annulled after US attorney Jeff Sessions had said in April, that arresting Assange was a “priority”.
Per Samuelson told the AFP news agency, “This implies that we can now demonstrate that the US has a will to take action… this is why we ask for the arrest warrant to be cancelled so that Julian Assange can fly to Ecuador and enjoy his political asylum,”
Let’s hope that he can do that soon and then finally walk out of that embassy someday. As Julian Assange always said, “I am entirely innocent”.
It is clear that this dropped rape allegation was nothing more than a dirty political trick and finally after six months in waiting on an answer from Sweden, he’s now been given the all clear today.
We stand with Assange, as we always have.
Brainstain, over and out!
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