Swedish Prosecution Authority on Julian Assange case - The World at One, BBC Radio 4


Martha Kearney interviews Karin Rosander, Director of Communications for the Swedish Prosecution Authority

Aug 21, 2012, 02:02 PM
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hughager - about 4 years ago

good one


__webgurl83 - over 4 years ago

Yay! Go Marianne Ny! All you're doing is holding things up a lot more! Have fun with that! If you really wanted to get this thing resolved, you would have flown to London and did the interview a long time ago. Obviously you're waiting on something... hmm, I wonder what? lol!


CamiloSanchez46 - over 4 years ago

If anyone needed proof that the Swedish government is in bed with the American government to get Assange pay for the publishing of material that was never meant to be shown to the general public...this is your answer.


TommyFunebo - over 4 years ago

Earlier on Assange was cleared to leave Sweden. It is quite obvious the U.S. overlords were taken by surprise and only then got in touch, requesting another hand-over at Bromma airport to C.I.A. operatives. That is how it is usually handled by the Swedes.


liberalisme - over 4 years ago

Shame on Sweden.


OURGSPOT - over 4 years ago

Well we all know that the US is using Sweden to get him there and shut him up forever. It is now up to the general public to decide if they want to continue to be taken advantage of by those in power or they want a fair deal in life. If its a fair deal we want, we shouldn't expect Assange to stake his life to get it for us. We should be making a bigger and louder noise and not just fence-sit.

Here's a video i made on Assange and Wikileaks -- http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Khfdsedc9s4&feature=plcp