Timeline of Assange’s One-Night Stands Raises Questions in Sex Assault Case

December 8, 2010


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One Response to “Timeline of Assange’s One-Night Stands Raises Questions in Sex Assault Case”

  1. mary atkinson on December 9th, 2010 7:07 am

    Peculiar. Neither woman thought of HIV prior to capturing Assange’s attentions? What set in immediately afterward…sudden shock? Good heavens, this might mean possible transmission of disease or infection, in an age where AIDS has been in the news for years? And what gave either woman serious pause for thought in Assange’s case, condoms or not? If HIV were a real fear, why go anywhere near Assange? And most importantly, have they been tested for HIV since (such as at once), which is what a genuinely anxious person would do; are they waiting till he is tested before being tested themselves? If the women concerned did not go for testing as soon as they could, then forget it. The charge is not genuine. No-one messes about with a sincere terror of infection driving them. Especially not if they have already been to the Police, whose duty would be to ensure the victim saw a doctor and received medical assistance, including for HIV. This case is not a case, one of those that ruin the reputation of true assault cases. People who irresponsibly attempt to manipulate the judiciary, apparently for dramatic effect, ought to be thrown out of court.

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