WikiLeaks chief Assange likely to face prejudice in Sweden

The famous media person and WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange, who had put the American administration on its toes by disclosing military’s confidential documents is likely to face bias as the prosecutor against him has a malicious opinion about men.

Assange is face charges of rape and sexual assault. A senior Swedish judge stated during Assange’s hearing in Sweden that his prosecutor, Marianne Ny was a malicious radical feminist and might want Assange to suffer even if he was not proven guilty.

It was a two day hearing at Belmarsh magistrates court when, Brita Sundberg-Weitman, the retired judge, biased view against men.

The former judge stated that the prosecutor’s attitude might be the sole reason behind putting charges over Julian Assange and the entire trial just in order to make him suffer during the hearings.

Sweden has asked for the WikiLeaks’ chief Assange’s extradition over allegations of rape and sexual assault committed by him in August. However, Assange and his advocate denied all these charges.

The chief magistrate Judge Howard Riddle is hearing the further part of the case against Julian Assange.

Robertson, who is acting on behalf of Assange, stated that Ny and Claes Borgström, the lawyer, who were representing the two women whom Assange is believed to have assaulted, were politically motivated. In fact Ny had also spoken openly about Assnage confirming the charges whereas the accused of sex offenders are kept anonymous in Sweden unless the charges are proven.

UK Court Grants Bail to WikiLeaks Chief

WikiLeaks chief Julian Assange

The WikiLeaks chief Julian Assange gets relief in the United Kingdom as a court granted him bail against rape allegations and charges of sexual assault. He is facing charges of rape and sexual assault in Sweden which he reportedly committed in August.

UK judge Duncan Ouseley accepted to release Assange on strict conditions following the decision of the City of Westminster. The court also released his passport. He checked in from a local police station in the night. The jury granted bail to WikiLeaks chief on Tuesday on a bail of$310,000, however within 2 hours his bail was cancelled against an appeal. It was then announced that Assange would be kept in custody for another 48 hours.

Assange needs to report in the court again on Jan 11 for next hearing over his extradition. He had surrendered to the British police last week. The 39 year old man, who has moved the entire world by disclosing confidential document of the US administration and many other countries is facing charges of sexual assault and rape which he denied.

Most of the diplomats and the US administration justified Assange’s arrest for disclosure of country’s confidential security information. The disclosure has hampered US reputation and its foreign relations.

Nonetheless, the Swedish court called his arrest as a consequent judiciary process following the charges of sexual assault and rape made against him and clarified that it had nothing to do with politics.