Julian Assange accuse of rape.

maguire

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#2
the timing's quite convenient. and it's a rather classic ploy to discredit the messenger if you cant discredit their message isnt it?
 
#3
Not really. It was Stockholm that issued the warrant for the arrest.

All I could say it could not have happened to a nicer, self serving, publicity hungry tosser. I hope he literally rots in a jail cell.
 
#4
wouldn't it be nice if all the details, police files, interview tapes etc got posted on the internet for the world to see
 
#5
I'm sure he'll soon be found in a field with his wrists slit, throat cut, and 6 gunshot wounds in his back.
Police will rule out foul play and declare it a suicide.
 
#7
Not really. It was Stockholm that issued the warrant for the arrest.

All I could say it could not have happened to a nicer, self serving, publicity hungry tosser. I hope he literally rots in a jail cell.
I'm sure he'll soon be found in a field with his wrists slit, throat cut, and 6 gunshot wounds in his back.
Police will rule out foul play and declare it a suicide.
Good. I will be first to volunteer and let him bleed out.
REMFQuestions, I know we don't usually see eye to eye on stuff. :biggrin: However, this time I cannot fault your posts! :thumright:
 
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#9
I'm far from a conspiracy theorist, but when I read the headline I did wonder if underhand forces were at work. I wonder how much it costs to get a convincing pretty young thing to plead such a crime.
 
#10
I'm far from a conspiracy theorist, but when I read the headline I did wonder if underhand forces were at work. I wonder how much it costs to get a convincing pretty young thing to plead such a crime.
Who cares?
I'd chip in!
 
#11
I'm far from a conspiracy theorist, but when I read the headline I did wonder if underhand forces were at work. I wonder how much it costs to get a convincing pretty young thing to plead such a crime.
Quite easy I should imagine, where that chloroform?
 
#13
I am sure this is but another dirty trick of the evil US security services as it is simply inconceivable to me that someone of Mr. Assange's stature (I anticipate he will join the pantheon of other Nobel Peace Prize recipients such as OUR ESTEEMED RULER, Savio(u)r of our planet AlGore and the ever lovable but thankfully late Yassir Arafat) could do anything other than "things for our greater good."
 
#14
REMFQuestions, I know we don't usually see eye to eye on stuff. :biggrin: However, this time I cannot fault your posts! :thumright:
LOL the beauty of arrse I guess! :)
 
#15
rather classic ploy to discredit the messenger if you cant discredit their message isnt it?
I am gratified someone else sees things this way but would humbly suggest that while it may be "classic" it has been turned into a virtual art form by our contemporary progressives.
 
#16
I'm tending to more of a half way view.

'Right. So he wants to play it that way huh? Full background and dirty laundry check to go please. If there's anything there we'll use it.'

Which of us have nothing to hide whatsoever? Especialy if it were spun the right way.
 
#17
I am gratified someone else sees things this way but would humbly suggest that while it may be "classic" it has been turned into a virtual art form by our contemporary progressives.
With the exception of MI6 who have managed to turn the genre into classic fuckup form.
 
#18
With the exception of MI6 who have managed to turn the genre into classic fuckup form.
And it is telling to see how many apparently seriously jump to that conclusion instead of even thinking to take the accusation at face value (at least for the time being). One could say their own bias is showing the least little bit.

Quite amazing when one considers that even anti-Western human rights groups (rather than just the ever evil and roguish US) have expressed grave concerns over the irresponsible release (but it is of course perfectly all right since after all it is done for our greater good)of classified information.
 
#19
Well. When I saw the press release I did think he was one SPOOKY DUDE!
Bit scary.
I do feel sorry for the innocent party.
Unless it's Assange.
He's a Twat.
 
#20
Depending on whether or not the accusations are of a recent assault, Assange may have thought, "I can help myself here, I'm wonderful and I'm Saving the World and anyway, if she goes to the coppers I can just say the evil Yanks are fitting me up."
 

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