Swedish Prosecutor Aims to Decide on Assange Case on Tuesday
Swedish chief prosecutor Eva Finn
On Friday night, a warrant was issued for Assange's arrest on suspicion of rape and molestation -- which in Sweden can include many kinds of reckless behavior against another person -- by the prosecutor on duty. The decision to issue the warrant for Assange was in part made because he was considered a flight risk, according to the Prosecution Authority.
On Saturday, Finn
However, that doesn't mean Assange is out of the woods yet. He may no longer be suspected of rape, but Finn
WikiLeaks has come under severe criticism from the U.S. government for recently publishing thousands of documents related to the war in Afghanistan and has taken steps to ensure its infrastructure for hosting documents is robust and distributed.
In Sweden, the Pirate Party last week said it will host several new WikiLeaks servers.
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