Wikileaks – Interpol Issues Global Arrest Warrant for Julian Assange for “Sex Crimes”

Distribute information on questionable tactics on the Iraq war, no problem…

Embarrass the United States with the release of its cables, no repercussions…

Threaten to expose the banking cartel, get warrants issued for being a sexual predator…

Julian Assange, founder of WikiLeaks.
Wanted … Julian Assange. Photo: Reuters

Interpol Issues Global Arrest Warrant for Julian Assange for “Sex Crimes”

Interpol, the international police organisation, have issued a global arrest warrant for WikiLeaks’ Julian Assange, as the activist website continued its US diplomatic cables leaks today.

The 39-year-old Australian was added to the organisation’s “wanted” list for alleged sex crimes committed in Sweden earlier this year.

He is suspected of rape, sexual molestation and unlawful coercion, after an investigation by Swedish prosecutors into his encounters with two women in Sweden in August.

Mr Assange has denied the accusations, with his British lawyer Mark Stephens saying earlier this month that they were “false and without basis”.

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6 Responses to “Wikileaks – Interpol Issues Global Arrest Warrant for Julian Assange for “Sex Crimes””
  1. Write to the Attorney General Elect Pam Bondi, let her know that we are vigilant and will never allow her to just walk away from the prosecution of the real criminals behind the foreclosure mess.

    Open Letter to Attorney General Elect Pam Bondi Transition Team

    We see that in Attorney General elect Bondi’s Transition team, attention is paid to every issue and every on- going investigation to defeat and overturn the National Heath Care Initiative, Medicaid fraud, Medicare fraud, etc… What we do not see is any initiative or transition group dealing with the most serious issue affecting millions of Floridians and the nation in general, that is BANK MORTGAGE FRAUD! No, we are not talking about the few million dollars in mortgage fraud generated by criminals who lied in their loan applications to obtain loans for property; no, we are talking about thieves in business suits, bank CEO’s and corporate hoodlums that created the largest Ponzi scheme in the worlds history that has crippled our economy, the world economy and that has disenfranchised millions of Americans from the rightful ownership of their homestead property.

    We just hope and pray that the new Attorney General does not think that this is a problem she will be able to ignore or just sweep under the rug, as this problem is a million times bigger than any issue currently before her office and it will not be ignored, that is a promise that WE THE PEOPLE can guarantee!

    Americans United for Justice…

  2. indio007 says:

    You can add Scott Ritter to that list. The funny thing is the government is rampant with pedophile perverts. It’s kind of ironic that this is how they take their enemies down.

  3. Officer of the Law says:

    In case anyone hasn’t noticed, the banksters own the prosecutors as well as Congress and the Administrations, both the current one and the previous ones.

    Elliot Spitzer penned an article about how predatory lenders were taking advantage of homebuyers, how the Bush Administration was looking the other way, and how this rampant fraud might threaten our economy. It appeared in the Washington Post on February 14, 2008. See http://www.washingtonpost.com/wp-dyn/content/article/2008/02/13/AR2008021302783.html

    Within a month, the Bush Department of “Justice” announced that it had found out that Spitzer was seeing a prostitute and was going to prosecute. Spitzer had to resign his post as Governor of New York in order to avoid prosecution.

    The New Republic published an article by Law Professor Scott Horton which pointed out that the prosecution of Spitzer was politically motivated. See
    http://www.tnr.com/article/politics/spitz-out?id=c5005f31-237e-4f9d-bca1-891c7aa2b7b2

    A very similar pattern was seen with Illinois Governor Rod Blagojevich. He criticized Bank of America for pulling the credit line of a solvent manufacturing company leaving about 1,000 people unemployed right before Christmas in 2008 right after the banks had just gotten $800,000,000,000 to bail them out so they could “keep credit flowing to keep the economy from crashing.”

    Governor Blagojevich announced that he would move the State’s money out of accounts with Bank of America, and he was arrested the very next day. By the way, his arrest was very unusual in that it was made prior to an indictment, an arrest like this is something usually only seen when a criminal is caught in the act of committing a crime like robbing a bank.

    Does anyone need any more to understand who the prosecutors work for and why they cannot seem to take any action to hold any banksters accountable for any of their multitudes of crimes?

    Ask any law enforcement officer that you know whether prosecutors do favors for the rich and powerful, and if they have been around for more than a year or two, they will tell you about the double standards prosecutors have for doing justice.

    Also, if Congress had not made the locations of prosecutors homes secret, people might realize how far prosecutors can stretch their salaries. With some of their million dollar homes, I’m surprised that they have any cash left to pay their mortgage loan payments. Of course, I wouldn’t be surprised to find that a lot of them managed to pay their loans off early somehow, like so many powerful people in the government whose off the books benefits far surpass the benefits of those of us who are sent to do the dirty work for them and their benefactors.

    What happens when the government is controlled by criminals? Think about Mexico. That seems to be what the bankers want although the Mexican people don’t seem to be putting up with being screwed anymore.

    Here is a question for law enforcement. Do you want to do the dirty work for criminals or will you refuse to follow their illegal orders and arrest them for their crimes?

  4. John R says:

    Kinda reminds me of Ohio’s Mark Dann and his episode with fighting the Banks. And wasn’t there a NY somebody who was fighting and got busted on a sex charge too? Hmmmm…. it’s gotta make ya wonder!

    • Stupendous Man - Defender of Liberty - Foe of Tyranny says:

      Yep. Spitzer.

      I have heard this kind of persecution being referred to as being “Spitzerized.”

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