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Mon Jul 30, 2012, 02:20 AM

3. Victims deserve equality

... In reality, the only thing their investigation highlighted was just how pervasive rape myths still are and how the concept of Ďconsentí isnít as clearly understood as we all hoped. So letís go through the story and clarify a few things ...

In her statements Ms Wilen makes it clear that throughout the night she had told Assange numerous times that she did not consent to having unprotected sex. The issue here isnít the absence of a condom but rather the absence of consent ...

Not to mention the second issue - that under Australian law a person who is asleep or unconscious canít give consent. That means that having sex with someone while theyíre asleep is considered a crime in Australia ...

Julian Assange isnít above the law, any more than the US Government is. Thatís why he needs to front up to court in Sweden and face these serious allegations ...


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