However, what really makes the case is the behaviour of Sweden who is not willing to send anyone to interview him, or give him any sort of guarantee. Also, it is very suspicious how UK is willing to spend 50K pounds per day, and storm the embassy and completely devastating their relationship with Latin America. All this for a person who didn't use a condom, and decided to take refugee in an embassy.
It is evidence. As said evidence do not need to be bulletproof. That Australia thinks US will issue an arrest warrent is a much better evidence that a witness in a case, but everyone call it evidence. This should be pretty clear to everyone, including you.
Last edited by Camlon; 08-19-12 at 10:06 PM.
Is is very questionable that UK is willing to spend 50K pounds per day for someone that didn't use a condom.
It is very questionable that UK is willing to storm the embassy and at the same time destoy the relationship with Latin America for a man who didn't use a condom.
It is pretty clear there are some other motives.
Which still does not address the point about your argument being part of the reason why governments act irresponsibly. Because of people ready to jump on whistle-blowers, governments feel more secure in acting irresponsibly because they know that they have enough to support to demonize those who defy their authority.Those laws are there for a very good reason. Joe Private simply cannot make the determination as to what should be secret and what should be released to the press. If Joe Private feels something should not be classified, he does have avenues to actually address that which will provide him protection from recrimination.
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I am not to sure this guy is ever going to see Ecuador.
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