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Bill O'Reilly, Beta Male

Banks Use False Rape Charges to Silence Julian Assange

Interpol sent out an arrest warrant for Wikileaks founder Julian Assange. What most don't know is that this arrest warrant concerns an long-ago discredited rape case.  
Several months ago, Assange was falsely accused of rape. The accusations were repudiated:
On 20 August 2010, an investigation was opened against Assange in Sweden in connection with an allegation that he had raped a woman in Enköping on the weekend of 14 August after a seminar, and two days later had sexually harassed a second woman he had been staying with in Stockholm. Shortly after the investigation opened, however, chief prosecutor Eva Finné overruled the prosecutor on call the night the report was filed, withdrawing the warrant to arrest Assange and saying "I don't think there is reason to suspect that he has committed rape."
It wasn't until Assange revealed that he had documents exposing massive corruption in a bank that an international manhunt for him began. If you oppose Assange, you are a useful idiot for the banks.