Breaking! Sweden Drops Rape Investigation of Wikileaks’ Julian Assange


(STOCKHOLM) — Sweden’s top prosecutor said Friday she is dropping an investigation into a rape claim against WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange after almost seven years.

The Swedish Prosecution Authority said in a statement Friday that Marianne Ny “has decided to discontinue the investigation.”

Assange took refuge in Ecuador’s embassy in London in 2012 to escape extradition to Sweden to answer questions about sex-crime allegations from two women. He has been there ever since, fearing that if he is arrested he might ultimately be extradited to the United States. Last month, President Donald Trump said he would support any decision by the Justice Department to charge Assange.

WikiLeaks tweeted after the Swedish announcement: “UK refuses to confirm or deny whether it has already received a US extradition warrant for Julian Assange. Focus now moves to UK,”

Friday’s announcement means Assange is no longer under any investigation in Sweden. But the Metropolitan Police said Assange is still subject to arrest for the “much less serious offense” of jumping bail in 2012.

The 45-year-old Australian computer hacker was wanted in Sweden for questioning over a rape allegation stemming from a 2010 visit.

“This is a total victory for Julian Assange. He is now free to leave the embassy when he wants. We have won the Assange case. He is of course happy and relieved. He has been critical that it has lasted that long,” Per E Samuelsson, his lawyer in Sweden, told Swedish Radio. Samuelsson was not immediately available for comments.

Assange still can’t leave the Ecuadorian embassy without being arrested:

Related: Iceland believed the FBI wanted to frame Assange.

Assange supporters fear that he will be extradited to the U.S. and put on trial.

Jewish Porn Star Accused of Rape Nominated for 20 Industry Awards


James Deen is a Jew. The porn industry is controlled by Jews who love to watch the shiksas demeaned, degraded, and humiliated.

Deen is their boy.

He plays rough.

His reward is to be honored.

Interestingly, women love the guy. Which says nothing good about women, if you think about it.

Daily Dot

The XBIZ and AVN awards are two of the largest award shows in the porn industry. AVN is referred to as the “Oscars of porn,” while XBIZ is hosted by possibly the most famous name in porn, Ron Jeremy. And this year, both of them have showered actor James Deen with nominations, despite the numerous rape and sexual assault allegations that have come out against the actor in the past year.

Deen and his production company are nominated for a combined 20 awards between the two shows, including Male Performer of the Year in both. Deen said in a press release, “I love making adult films and always will. It is extremely satisfying to see that my labors of love have been acknowledged by the powers that be at both organizations who specialize in judging adult entertainment.”

For a long time, Deen was dubbed the face of feminist porn, mainly because he didn’t fit the mold of the beefy, slick porn star. In an interview with the Daily Dot, one woman said, “All porn guys besides James Deen are disgusto.” He spoke eloquently about consent. He became the darling of Tumblr, and made jokes about being attracted to Brad Pitt, which made him all the more endearing to women looking for an antidote to most mainstream porn.


Since then, at least 13 women have accused James Deen of rape or sexual assault. The first accusation came almost exactly a year ago from porn actress Stoya, who had previously dated Deen. She said Deen raped her as she said no, stop, and her safeword. Other actresses and people involved in the porn industry came forward with similar stories, including Joanna Angel, who is also nominated for XBIZ and AVN awards this year.

The accusations initially had major ramifications for Deen. cut ties with the actor, and updated its rules to make it easier for models to report harmful incidents. His advice column for the Frisky was axed, with editor Amelia McDonell-Parry explaining, “No amount of good rapport between us or traffic to his columns would EVER supersede the fact that I BELIEVE WOMEN.” It also appeared that the feminist sheen had worn off his image, and that those who had flocked to him for his wholesome, nice-guy shtick were ready to believe his accusers.

But just a few months later, Deen was back on top again. In fact, Deen has produced 29 films in the past year, and plenty of studios are still willing to work with him. “It was clear to everyone in the adult industry that this [the sexual assault allegations] was nothing but media sensationalism,” a Deen spokesperson told the Daily Dot.

“It was natural for there to be a lot of knee-jerk reaction,” regarding the nominations, XBIZ president Alec Helmy told the Daily Dot. “But the fact is, to date, he has not been charged with a crime and therefore we must do the right thing and assume innocence. And it seems many feel the same way because James Deen continues to be one of the most active performers in the business today.”

That none of the women have brought charges against Deen is common: Often, sexual assault victims don’t the believe anything will come of their case, they fear of lack of evidence and reprisal. That fear is also amplified if the accused is a coworker. In any industry, there is the risk that the accuser will be penalized, and if you’ve already gone through the trauma of assault, many victims fear added trauma of being suddenly unemployed. It’s not hard to see how this could have played out with Deen—the critical darling studios would be reluctant to cut ties with, no matter how harsh the accusations or famous the accusers.

Deen is not alone in having a thriving career despite accusations of violence. Johnny Depp, Casey Affleck, R. Kelly, Woody Allen, and many more celebrities have been accused or found guilty of rape, domestic abuse, and sexual assault, and continue to work. Which is not to say rapists or accused rapists should be banned from working for the rest of their lives. Only that the accused have a long history of not facing consequences or even scrutiny, while the accusers are ignored or publicly condemned.

Oy vey! We have a lot of work to do to clean up our culture.

James Deen should be sent to a work camp, where he could do something useful, like making license plates or something similar.

Trump: Hillary Clinton ‘abused those women’


Washington Examiner

The statement seemed to suggest that Hillary Clinton abused women by helping tarnish the reputations of her husband’s accusers.

It’s a legitimately touchy issue for Hillary, whose past defenses of Bill Clinton dismay some of her staunchest feminist backers.

At a campaign stop in early December, someone who attended a Clinton rally mentioned the former New York senator’s statement that all women who accuse someone of sexual assault should be believed.

I recall Hillary’s statement. I may have posted that Tweet on this site. I don’t recall for sure. But she actually said that all rape accusations should be believed! Amazingly anti-male.

She was called on her stupidity later and she wiggled out of it:

“Would you say Juanita Broaddrick, Kathleen Willey and Paula Jones deserve to be believed as well,” the woman said.

Jones sued the former president for sexual harassment, Wiley accused him of kissing her while he was president and Broaddrick accused Bill Clinton of raping her when he was governor of Arkansas. All three women have accused Hillary Clinton of working against them after they brought their claims forward.

“Well, I would say they should be believed at first until they are disbelieved based on evidence,” Clinton responded.

Infowars has posted research showing that Bill has 14 accusations of sexual abuse against him.

Don’t forget that Bill has been quoted as saying that Hillary has had more sex with women than he has. Wouldn’t it be great if some of those women stepped up to the microphone and started talking? It won’t happen. Feminists love Hillary and Bill, which proves what corrupt hypocrites they are.

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