"Julian Assange is the victim of unprecedented negative special treatment, and there's been no quality to speak of in Marianne Ny's investigation", writes retired Swedish prosecutor Rolf Hillegren in state-owned Swedish news site SVT Nyheter.
"Thank you, Uppdrag Granskning, for your report on the Assange case", writes Åsa Samsioe at Dagens Juridik. "In contrast to so many other journalists, you seem to do a professional job!"
Years in confined space at the Ecuador embassy, with no chance to go outdoors, and earlier in a house arrest wearing an ankle bracelet, have harmed Julian Assange both physically and mentally, according to a report shown to Uppdrag Granskning's Petter Ljunggren.
It's been six years since Julian Assange was arrested for sex crimes in Sweden. Only after criticism from the Court of Appeals did Marianne Ny act, and apply to interview Assange in London, but still there's been no interview, report Petter Ljunggren, Axel Gordh Humlesjö, and Frida Johansson for Swedish public service news.
Six years on the run from Swedish justice, rape suspect Julian Assange seriously attacks Marianne Ny who leads the investigation, reports Arne Lapidus. "She is a terrible person", Assange tells Uppdrag Granskning.
The United States continues to work on bringing Julian Assange to trial. There is also a possibility that Sweden will surrender him to the US. This according to the programme Uppdrag Granskning to be shown on television this Wednesday evening, reports Stefan Lisinski.
Tuesday 16 August 2016 is the 4th anniversary of Ecuador's granting political asylum to Julian Assange.
9 August 2016
This morning, Julian Assange filed an appeal at Sweden's Court of Appeal of Svea, arguing that Sweden must comply with the UN's February 5th findings that his deprivation of liberty is unlawful and that Sweden must release and compensate him immediately for the harm caused.
9 de Agosto de 2016
Assange presenta apelación pidiendo cumplimiento del dictamen de la ONU
This Sunday, 19 June 2016, will mark four years that WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange has been in the Ecuadorean Embassy in London. For the next seven days, a number of events will take place around the world to bring attention to this situation.
A full schedule of events can be found here.
A full schedule of speakers can be found here.
New speakers and events are being added continually.
This is a world event.
Interview with Sarah Hewson 18.09.2014.
Interview with John Simpson of the BBC 18 September 2014.
Speech given on 15th September 2014 Moment of Truth event in New Zealand.
Twenty-five years after the world wide web was created, it is now caught in the greatest controversy of its existence: surveillance.
Featuring interviews with the inventor of the world wide web, Sir Tim Berners-Lee, and the co-founder of WikiLeaks, Julian Assange, Horizon delves inside the 'dark web'.
On June 19, 2012, the Australian citizen Julian Assange, showed up on the headquarters of the Ecuadorian Embassy in London, with the purpose of requesting diplomatic protection of the Ecuadorian State, invoking the norms on political asylum in force. The requester has based his petition on the fear of an eventual political persecution of which he may be a victim in a third State, which can use his extradition to the Swedish Kingdom to obtain in turn the ulterior extradition to such country.
The Government of Ecuador, faithful to the asylum procedure, and attributing the greatest seriousness to this case, has examined and assessed all the aspects implied, particularly the arguments presented by Mr Assange backing up the fear he feels before a situation that this person considers as a threat to his life, personal safety and freedom.
What happens today is another of the official reasons Julian came back to Sweden. Today he's to meet Rick Falkvinge and sign an agreement for WikiLeaks hosting with Pirate Party rack space in the Bahnhof bunker.
Anna comes along as the official WikiLeaks press secretary.
Pirate Party system administrator Richie Olsson also tags along to photograph the event. One of his photographs was long suppressed; it's found below. It shows Anna beaming on the far left.
'Those two weeks were so far the worst in my life. Because I was heartbroken, I was afraid, I was worried, I did not know what lay ahead.'
- Andreas Nygren, today with an NGO helping minors in detention
'I'd very much prefer to be locked up with rats and bad food.'
- Göran, in pretrial detention for 850 days with no access to the outside world
Transcript: Göran sat in pretrial detention for 850 days - criticism of Sweden's record-long detentions is growing
Program: In the Name of the Law
Radio channel: Swedish State Radio (sverigesradio.se)
Broadcast date: 6 July 2014
Original language: Swedish
Chief judge Lena Egelin
KEEPER OF THE MINUTES
District court law clerk Sanna Ordenius
PARTIES (present unless stated otherwise)
Prosecution director Marianne Ny and chief prosecutor Ingrid Isgren
Development Centre and Southern prosecution office Stockholm resp
Julian Assange 1971-07-03
Deprivation of liberty: detained in his absence
Not personally present
Per E Samuelson and Thomas Olsson write to SvD.
That a prosecutor can continue a preliminary investigation for four years and not question the suspect violates the demand for expediency. This is a strong reason to rescind the warrant against Julian Assange, write his lawyers.
Our client Julian Assange has been arrested in his absence for almost four years. He's spent the past two years at the Ecuador embassy in London, protected by political asylum. The London police guard the building day and night, but they can't enter the building. We have, time and again, demanded that the prosecutor [Marianne Ny] travel to London to question Assange. She refuses.
We've asked the Stockholm district court to rescind the warrant to break the deadlock. That would force the prosecutor to think differently. The matter will be dealt with in court 16 July.