Assange demand over lost suitcase
WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange has asked Swedish police to investigate what happened to a sui Toms Outlet tcase he suspects was stolen from him by intelligence agents as he travelled from Sweden to Germany in 2010.
The suitcase contained three laptops with WikiLeaks material, including evidence of a “war crime” allegedly committed by US troops in Afghanistan, according to an affidavit that Assange lawyer filed along with a criminal complaint to police at Stockholm Arlanda Airport.
In the affidavit, Assange suggested that the bag may have been illegally seized “as part of an intelligence operation with the purpose of gathering information about me”.
He Toms Outlet offered no proof but said all attempts to locate the bag had failed.
The move comes a day before President Barack Obama visits Sweden.”It time to co Toms Outlet nfront it and fight back on all fronts,” Mr Hrafnsson said.
According to the affidavit, the “medium size soft suitcase with tan colour, trolley wheels and an e Toms Outlet xtendable handle” disappeared when Assange travelled from Stockholm to Berlin on September 27 2010.