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Monthly Archives: March 2015

Swedish legal expert speaks out on Assange case

This interview took place on the Swedish public service television news programme Aktuellt the same evening it became known that Marianne Ny would conduct interrogations with Assange in London. Stefan Wahlberg is editor-in-chief of Dagens Juridik, Sweden’s leading outlet for legal news, published by Blendow Lexnova, a judicial information service that monitors trials, rulings, and […]

The prosecutor in the Assange case should be replaced

Marianne Ny has increasingly painted herself into a corner. Is it even possible to imagine that she, after completing interviews with Assange in London, concludes that the case should be closed? By former prosecutor Rolf Hillegren. On 19 June 2012 Julian Assange took refuge in Ecuador’s embassy in London, and on 16 August the same […]

Sweden’s Supreme Court Solicits Opinion of Prosecutor-General

Sweden’s Supreme Court, which received the weighty appeal from Assange lawyers Olsson and Samuelson last week, opted today to get further information from the country’s prosecutor-general Anders Perklev. http://www.hogstadomstolen.se/mer-om-hogsta-domstolen/nyheter-fran-hogsta-domstolen/the-supreme-court-requests-an-opinion-from-the-prosecutor-general-concerning-the-pre-trial-detention-of-julian-assange/ The brief notice, below the bold, says only the following. The Supreme Court has on 10 March 2015 requested an opinion from the Prosecutor-General concerning Assange’s […]