But it is not. Expressen has always been looking for Assange, which iofs motivated by the novelty value. While it has not been able to give it all a comprehensive analysis by examining the notification, and the notifier, as it deemed contrary to journalistic ethics. It has also been a part of the female writer the defense of the plaintiffs in the principal feminist grounds, where the sisters rushed to the sisters' help, and brought suit against Assange by media.
Is there anyone who linked the Wikileaks and Assange's leadership role in the organization of criminal accusations, it's probably all cow and Expressen. Carefully and systematically. It has the article is another example of that.