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Assange Secret Swedish Police Report Leaked 840

Posted by CmdrTaco
from the nothing-is-sacred dept.
letsurock writes "The 68-page confidential report prepared by Swedish police got leaked which tells the police version on the alleged sexual misconduct by the Julian assange. The Swedish report traces events over a four-day period in August this year when 39-year-old Assange had what he has described as consensual sexual relationships with two Swedish women."
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Assange Secret Swedish Police Report Leaked

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  • by Sockatume (732728) on Monday December 20, 2010 @10:41AM (#34615728)

    You know what, actually, after writing the title, I can't bring myself to do this. You all deserve better.

  • by Monkeedude1212 (1560403) on Monday December 20, 2010 @10:44AM (#34615766) Journal

    So its apparently been leaked...

    And there's no link in Slashdots Article. And googling for it brings up hundreds of news sites and blogs who all talk about it but also don't link to the police report.

    Is it being hosted somewhere? Is it possible to get a copy of the police report and not rely on what people say it says?

    • by Chrisq (894406) on Monday December 20, 2010 @10:52AM (#34615854)

      So its apparently been leaked...

      Rather like Assange's condom

    • by Anonymous Coward on Monday December 20, 2010 @11:15AM (#34616138)

      There is a Guardian article [guardian.co.uk] which seems to talk about it very in-depth but doesn't present the raw document. They've apparently seen it though so either whoever leaked it is letting people look but not touch or there's some reason for it being kept sort-of under wraps.

  • If only... (Score:5, Funny)

    by TheL0ser (1955440) on Monday December 20, 2010 @10:46AM (#34615788)
    If only there was some internet repository where leaks of this kind could be shared. It could even be made into a wiki, for easier access.
  • Old news (Score:5, Informative)

    by airfoobar (1853132) on Monday December 20, 2010 @10:57AM (#34615908)
    This happened several days ago. The Guardian has the story here: http://www.guardian.co.uk/media/2010/dec/17/julian-assange-sweden [guardian.co.uk] I think The Times also had a story. No point looking for the original document -- it was in Swedish.
    • by Tumbleweed (3706) *

      No point looking for the original document -- it was in Swedish.

      Ah, found it. No wonder - I was looking for the document title, "Assange Rapes Women" when I should've been looking for "Assange BORKS Women BORK BORK BORK". Thanks for the tip.

  • Four Days?! (Score:4, Funny)

    by PPH (736903) on Monday December 20, 2010 @11:03AM (#34615978)

    No wonder the condom broke!

  • Clickwhoring (Score:5, Insightful)

    by sirdude (578412) on Monday December 20, 2010 @11:11AM (#34616088)
    Why is the summary not linking to the original article [nytimes.com] and instead pointing to a blog-post which is supposedly regurgitating a Press Trust of India release based on the NYTimes article? This story is also about 3 days old :S
    • Re:Clickwhoring (Score:4, Informative)

      by wjousts (1529427) on Monday December 20, 2010 @11:41AM (#34616584)

      I'd assume because Slashdot editors don't like linking to the NYT because it has a semi-paywall thing. If they linked directly to NYT, you'd had pages of people complaining that they are being asked to subscribe to see the article. I had a similar experience when I submitted something from the NYT, they didn't post it for several days and then linked to a different newspaper that referenced the NYT story.

      IIRC: NYT lets you see one article a day without subscribing or something like that. It's trivial to defeat by clearing your cookies, not accepting cookies in the first place, or using private browsing.

  • by EWAdams (953502) on Monday December 20, 2010 @11:15AM (#34616140) Homepage
    It's actually rather clever of him to serve as a lightning rod for Wikileaks, while the actual work continues to go on. Right-wing congressmen can call for his assassination all they like; even if it were to happen it would not affect the publication of the leaks. In fact, it would almost certainly trigger the mass publication of the unredacted material. "The personal strengths and weaknesses of a leader are no true indicator of the merits of his cause."
  • by 1u3hr (530656) on Monday December 20, 2010 @01:00PM (#34617868)
    Why on earth does Slashdot source this story to a blog -- http://hypedtalk.blogspot.com/2010/12/report-prepared-by-secret-swedish.html [blogspot.com] -- that quotes a "Press Trust of India" story !!, that quotes an unnamed New York Times article.

    For FUCK'S sake, cite the fucking original source not what has been passed through all these useless parasites regurgitating while diluting and colouring whatever facts there were at each step? So, it took me 2 whole minutes to find at http://www.nytimes.com/2010/12/19/world/europe/19assange.html [nytimes.com]

    What next: A Tweet referring to a blog copying a Usenet post... How can the editors let these douchebags promote their worthless blogs like this, in the guise of a news story they've plagiarised from someone else?

  • by Bruha (412869) on Monday December 20, 2010 @01:21PM (#34618164) Homepage Journal

    You must Acquit.

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