Wednesday, 8 December 2010

Seems Assange's Wiki may not be the only thing leaking bad stuff...

He has set off quite the debate across the world.

Seems, though, Assange's deep belief in openness and transparency does not apply to his own personal life and some of his most intimate dealings with other people....

Special Report: STD fears sparked case against WikiLeaks boss
Reuters Dec 7, 2010
The two Swedish women who accuse WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange of sexual misconduct were at first not seeking to bring charges against him. They just wanted to track him down and persuade him to be tested for sexually transmitted diseases, according to several people in contact with his entourage at the time.

Alleged that in one case his condom broke, the other alleges that he went back for second helpings without one.

If it is true he wouldn't get tested might not make him a criminal but a bit of a louse. If he does get a test, I wonder if the results will end up somewhere on the 'net ?!

Treatment of women 'unfair and absurd'
The Guardian
Lawyer for two women whose assault allegations led to arrest says case has nothing to do with WikiLeaks or CIA

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