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重启维基解密创立人强奸案调查

斯德哥尔摩——瑞典高级检察官星期三重新对维基解密创立者朱利安·阿桑奇强奸案进行调查,这是不同等级的检察官驳回彼此的令人困惑的案件最新的意想不到的变化。

阿桑奇否认这些指控并且表明他们是维基解密对手有计划造谣中伤的一部分,维基解密是一个在线揭发内幕的网站,它通过发表数以千计的关于美国在伊拉克和阿富汗军事活动的泄漏文件激怒了华盛顿。

案件上周被伊娃·芬内驳回,她是斯德哥尔摩的检察长,驳回了一个职级低些的检察官并且说没有理由去怀疑阿桑奇,他是一名澳大利亚公民,强暴了一名瑞典女子,其向警方告发了他。

妇女的律师对决定请求上诉。检察长玛丽安·乃伊决定在星期三重启该案,说星期二已经有新信息。

“我们再一次审查了所有案例材料,包括收到的,那时我做了决定,”重新审理案件,乃伊通过电话告诉美联社。

她拒绝透漏她收到哪些新信息,以及是否星期一被审查者询问的阿桑奇会被逮捕。

8月20号发出的逮捕证令24小时内在检察官摇摆不定间被撤销。

乃伊说像这样的撤销 在瑞典发生“并不是完全罕见的”,尤其是关于性犯罪的指控。

乃伊还决定另一个针对阿桑奇有“性强制和性骚”嫌疑 的控诉应该被调查。这推翻了以前只按“性骚扰”调查此案的决定,这按照瑞典法律这并不是性侵犯。

调查人员没有公布有关任何案件的详情,但美联社获得的警方报告显示两名妇女8月14号在他斯德哥尔摩 主持的研究会情况下遇见了阿桑奇。报告显示两人在六天后投诉。

“我没有与这两个女人做任何事,这不是完全在双方同意下成立的。”瑞典报纸瑞典晚报的网站援引阿桑奇的话说。

“我非常沮丧,”他说,“和担心瑞典司法制度不尊重人们的正直。”

维基解密7月25号公布数万页的美国关于阿富汗的机密文件而上了新闻头条。 阿桑奇在瑞典为维基解密寻求法律保护,组织说瑞典是有服务器的国家之一。瑞典移民局已确认阿桑奇已在斯堪的纳维亚国家申请了工作和居住许可证。

阿桑奇的辩护律师赖伊夫·西尔贝斯基没有回电发表评论。

维基解密发言人克里斯廷·赫拉芬松说组织支持阿桑奇。

 “我们希望他将澄清自己的名声,同时维基解密组织将继续努力。”赫拉芬松告诉美联社。

维基解密说它计划在未来几周里公开另外1.5万份有关阿富汗战争的文件,美国的官员说此泄露可能危及无罪的人或秘密线人。

克拉斯·博格斯特伦,代表两名妇女的律师,对星期三的决定表示欢迎。

“这是对我委托人的赔偿,我不得不说,因为他们在因特网上名誉扫地,做出补偿或有意陷害阿桑奇。”博格斯特伦说。

博格斯特伦先前否认性指控是密谋反对阿桑奇的一部分的传言,说“所有关于五角大楼、中央情报局或者污蔑行为的这一切没有一点是真的,根本不是这样的。”


 
Rape probe against WikiLeaks founder reopened

STOCKHOLM – A senior Swedish prosecutor reopened a rape investigation against WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange on Wednesday, the latest twist to a puzzling case in which prosecutors of different ranks have overruled each other.

Assange has denied the allegations and suggested they are part of a smear campaign by opponents of WikiLeaks — an online whistle-blower that has angered Washington by publishing thousands of leaked documents about U.S. military activities in Iraq and Afghanistan.

The case was dismissed last week by Eva Finne, chief prosecutor in Stockholm, who overruled a lower-ranked prosecutor and said there was no reason to suspect that Assange, an Australian citizen, had raped a Swedish woman who had reported him to police.

The woman's lawyer appealed the decision. Director of Public Prosecution Marianne Ny decided to reopen the case Wednesday, saying new information had come in on Tuesday.

"We went through all the case material again, including what came in, and that's when I made my decision," to reopen the case, Ny told The Associated Press by phone.

She declined to say what new information she had received or whether Assange, who was questioned by investigators on Monday, would be arrested.

An arrest warrant issued Aug. 20 was withdrawn within 24 hours amid the back-and-forth between prosecutors.

Ny said "it's not entirely uncommon" that such reversals take place in Sweden, in particular regarding allegations of sex crimes.

Ny also decided that another complaint against Assange should be investigated on suspicion of "sexual coercion and sexual molestation." That overruled a previous decision to only investigate the case as "molestation," which is not a sex offense under Swedish law.

Investigators have not released details about either case, though a police report obtained by the AP shows both women had met Assange in connection with a seminar he gave in Stockholm on Aug. 14. The report shows the women filed their complaints together six days later.

"I haven't done anything with these two women that wasn't completely consensual from both sides," Assange was quoted as saying by the website of Swedish newspaper Aftonbladet.

"I am very upset," he said. "And also worried about the Swedish justice system's lack of respect for people's integrity."

Wikileaks made headlines around the world July 25 when it released tens of thousands of pages of secret U.S. documents about Afghanistan.

Assange is seeking legal protection for WikiLeaks in Sweden, one of the countries where the group says it has servers. The Swedish Migration Board has confirmed that Assange has applied for a work and residence permit in the Scandinavian country.

Assange's defense lawyer Leif Silbersky didn't answer calls seeking comment.

WikiLeaks spokesman Kristinn Hrafnsson said the group backs Assange.

"We hope that he will clear his name and meanwhile the WikiLeaks organization is going on with its endeavors," Hrafnsson told AP.

WikiLeaks says it intends to publish 15,000 more Afghan war documents in coming weeks, a disclosure that U.S. officials say could endanger innocent people or confidential informants.

Claes Borgstrom, a lawyer who represents both women, welcomed the decision Wednesday.

"This is a redress for my clients, I have to say, because they have been dragged through the mud on the Internet, for having made things up or intending to frame Assange," Borgstrom said.

Borgstrom had previously dismissed rumors that the sex allegations were part of a conspiracy against Assange, saying "There is not an ounce of truth in all this about Pentagon, or the CIA, or smear campaigns, nothing like it."


 

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