A Swedish court has ruled that it will not seek the detention of WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange in relation to a suspected rape case.

The court said Assange is still considered a suspect in the case, but the fact that he’s in jail in the UK means a formal detention order from Sweden isn’t needed to be questioned by Swedish prosecutors. But Sweden’s prosecuting authority says they are still going to conduct interviews with Assange as the investigation continues.

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It’s looking like he will now either serve out his sentence for jumping bail or be extradited to the U.S. and face the possibility of a serving a prison sentence of 175 years if he is indeed convicted of espionage. If he does speak my wish is he will have all the Hillary emails released and sings like a canary about the Seth Rich murder.

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President Trump wants him here to testify in hoping at least and after that, the world will change forever for the better and Assange will receive his freedom. Interesting though President Trump is in England, so will Assange take a trip with the president back to the United States?

A United Nations official accused Britain of subjecting Julian Assange to psychological torture last week as a court was told that he was too unwell to appear via video communication. Arrange has been moved to the hospital wing of the Belmarsh prison where he is currently serving his 50-week prison sentence for jumping bail in 2012.

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