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SplatSpeed

7,306 posts

139 months

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Tuesday 18th September 2012 quote quote all
Finlandia said:
SplatSpeed said:
fancy a beer in fagans

friday night
Sounds nice, but unfortunately I'm 615km North of Malmö.
allways wanted to go for a drive in norway

Finlandia

5,456 posts

119 months

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Tuesday 18th September 2012 quote quote all
SplatSpeed said:
Finlandia said:
SplatSpeed said:
fancy a beer in fagans

friday night
Sounds nice, but unfortunately I'm 615km North of Malmö.
allways wanted to go for a drive in norway
North, not Norway. hehe
I'm sort of in the middle between Stockholm and Västerås.

SplatSpeed

7,306 posts

139 months

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Tuesday 18th September 2012 quote quote all
Finlandia said:
SplatSpeed said:
Finlandia said:
SplatSpeed said:
fancy a beer in fagans

friday night
Sounds nice, but unfortunately I'm 615km North of Malmö.
allways wanted to go for a drive in norway
North, not Norway. hehe
I'm sort of in the middle between Stockholm and Västerås.
thats north east

hehe

Scuffers

15,049 posts

162 months

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Tuesday 18th September 2012 quote quote all
Sounds cold to me......

Tonsko

3,798 posts

103 months

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Tuesday 18th September 2012 quote quote all
thinfourth2 said:
So using the same argument I use against many other conspiracy theories that a government couldn't organise a piss up in a brewery. I could actually see this as a half arsed scheme to get him to america.
This and...

Finlandia said:
I'm sure JA is an arse in his own way, and I have no problem with what may await for him, but to see this as a simple and straight forward rape case is just naive.
This.
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jshell

6,103 posts

93 months

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Tuesday 18th September 2012 quote quote all
SplatSpeed said:
Finlandia said:
SplatSpeed said:
fancy a beer in fagans

friday night
Sounds nice, but unfortunately I'm 615km North of Malmö.
allways wanted to go for a drive in norway
The Soviet Socialist Republic of Norway is an awful place to drive with low speed limits, huge speeding penalties, the developed world's spackiest driving and utterly, utterly shyte roads.

P-Jay

6,757 posts

79 months

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Tuesday 18th September 2012 quote quote all
I'd completely forgotten about this story, it seems to have slipped from the headlines.

Is there still a ring of Old Bill surrounding the Ecuadorian embassy?

If I was JA I'd make a run for the boarder whilst everyone's still fretting about Kate's Boobs.

Finlandia

5,456 posts

119 months

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Tuesday 18th September 2012 quote quote all
SplatSpeed said:
thats north east

hehe
Yeah, yeah, it's not south at least. hehe

Scuffers said:
Sounds cold to me......
Cold? We haven't even got snow yet. wink

Finlandia

5,456 posts

119 months

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Saturday 22nd September 2012 quote quote all
JA may transfer to the Ecuadorian embassy in Stockholm, according to news in Sweden.

TallbutBuxomly

12,254 posts

104 months

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Saturday 22nd September 2012 quote quote all
Finlandia said:
JA may transfer to the Ecuadorian embassy in Stockholm, according to news in Sweden.
Not sure how that would be possible but certainly is a step forwards. He would then be on swedish ground and they could interview him freely within the embassy without having to send anyone to the uk.

Riff Raff

3,120 posts

83 months

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Saturday 22nd September 2012 quote quote all
TallbutBuxomly said:
Finlandia said:
JA may transfer to the Ecuadorian embassy in Stockholm, according to news in Sweden.
Not sure how that would be possible but certainly is a step forwards. He would then be on swedish ground and they could interview him freely within the embassy without having to send anyone to the uk.
I'm not sure about that. Isn't the whole point of this that he has to be on Swedish soil so he can be interviewed and arrested?

I'm sure I don't need to point out that the Ecuadorian Embassy in Stockholm isn't Swedish soil.

TallbutBuxomly

12,254 posts

104 months

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Saturday 22nd September 2012 quote quote all
Riff Raff said:
TallbutBuxomly said:
Finlandia said:
JA may transfer to the Ecuadorian embassy in Stockholm, according to news in Sweden.
Not sure how that would be possible but certainly is a step forwards. He would then be on swedish ground and they could interview him freely within the embassy without having to send anyone to the uk.
I'm not sure about that. Isn't the whole point of this that he has to be on Swedish soil so he can be interviewed and arrested?

I'm sure I don't need to point out that the Ecuadorian Embassy in Stockholm isn't Swedish soil.
I dont know the rules of embassies but would think that they would be allowed to enter and interview him but not arrest him. Since they seem absolutely determined not to interview him here in the uk then moving him to stockholm embassy might be a better bet as they can at least just pop in and interview him.

Halb

23,760 posts

71 months

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Saturday 22nd September 2012 quote quote all
This seems like a nice compromise?

hairykrishna

9,841 posts

91 months

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Saturday 22nd September 2012 quote quote all
Riff Raff said:
I'm not sure about that. Isn't the whole point of this that he has to be on Swedish soil so he can be interviewed and arrested?

I'm sure I don't need to point out that the Ecuadorian Embassy in Stockholm isn't Swedish soil.
It is Swedish soil.

Quoting wiki;

"Contrary to popular belief, diplomatic missions do not enjoy full extraterritorial status and are not sovereign territory of the represented state.[5][6] Rather, the premises of diplomatic missions remain under the jurisdiction of the host state while being afforded special privileges (such as immunity from most local laws) by the Vienna Convention on Diplomatic Relations. Diplomats themselves still retain full diplomatic immunity, and (as an adherent to the Vienna Convention) the host country may not enter the premises of the mission without permission of the represented country. The term "extraterritoriality" is often applied to diplomatic missions, but only in this broader sense."

Riff Raff

3,120 posts

83 months

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Saturday 22nd September 2012 quote quote all
hairykrishna said:
Riff Raff said:
I'm not sure about that. Isn't the whole point of this that he has to be on Swedish soil so he can be interviewed and arrested?

I'm sure I don't need to point out that the Ecuadorian Embassy in Stockholm isn't Swedish soil.
It is Swedish soil.

Quoting wiki;

"Contrary to popular belief, diplomatic missions do not enjoy full extraterritorial status and are not sovereign territory of the represented state.[5][6] Rather, the premises of diplomatic missions remain under the jurisdiction of the host state while being afforded special privileges (such as immunity from most local laws) by the Vienna Convention on Diplomatic Relations. Diplomats themselves still retain full diplomatic immunity, and (as an adherent to the Vienna Convention) the host country may not enter the premises of the mission without permission of the represented country. The term "extraterritoriality" is often applied to diplomatic missions, but only in this broader sense."
I CBA to search for it, but can they arrest him in the Embassy?

If they can, it's a step forward. If they can't, then it's just another waste of everyone's time and bandwidth.

Murph7355

10,621 posts

144 months

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Saturday 22nd September 2012 quote quote all
Halb said:
This seems like a nice compromise?
It would certainly be a very good result for the UK govt in every respect IMO.

hairykrishna

9,841 posts

91 months

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Sunday 23rd September 2012 quote quote all
Riff Raff said:
I CBA to search for it, but can they arrest him in the Embassy?

If they can, it's a step forward. If they can't, then it's just another waste of everyone's time and bandwidth.
I don't know - I think it would probably require consent from Ecuador. Surely it's a step forward if they can question him though?

Ozzie Osmond

16,487 posts

134 months

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Sunday 23rd September 2012 quote quote all
Riff Raff said:
it's just another waste of everyone's time and bandwidth.
Quite. Swedish plod could just as easily nip over to UK for a chat with Mr A but there are only two possible outcomes,

a) They don't want to press charges, or
b) They want him in Sweden for trial.

If (a) then Assange is stuck in the UK Ecuador embassy for ever because he's really hiding from USA, not the Swedes.

If (b) then Assange still won't go to Sweden because he says it's easier for USA to nab him there.

IMO he's going nowhere until Ecuador finds him an embarrassment and kicks him out. Can't imagine that will take too long.

OdramaSwimLaden

1,948 posts

57 months

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Monday 24th September 2012 quote quote all
TallbutBuxomly said:
Riff Raff said:
TallbutBuxomly said:
Finlandia said:
JA may transfer to the Ecuadorian embassy in Stockholm, according to news in Sweden.
Not sure how that would be possible but certainly is a step forwards. He would then be on swedish ground and they could interview him freely within the embassy without having to send anyone to the uk.
I'm not sure about that. Isn't the whole point of this that he has to be on Swedish soil so he can be interviewed and arrested?

I'm sure I don't need to point out that the Ecuadorian Embassy in Stockholm isn't Swedish soil.
I dont know the rules of embassies but would think that they would be allowed to enter and interview him but not arrest him. Since they seem absolutely determined not to interview him here in the uk then moving him to stockholm embassy might be a better bet as they can at least just pop in and interview him.
It would be a good compromise.

His point, and despite other things, I think it is valid, is that every year 100's of people are interviewed in the UK (on a range of charges) and that it should be possible. He states that in virtually every case interviews take place before extradition takes place.

skwdenyer

5,375 posts

128 months

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Monday 24th September 2012 quote quote all
OdramaSwimLaden said:
It would be a good compromise.

His point, and despite other things, I think it is valid, is that every year 100's of people are interviewed in the UK (on a range of charges) and that it should be possible. He states that in virtually every case interviews take place before extradition takes place.
But does it happen with Swedish interviews? It has been suggested in some quarters that Swedish law does not allow Assange to be formally questioned, and especially not charged, elsewhere than Sweden, in part because of protections in Swedish law to provide suitable counsel.
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