BRITAIN: A confidential police report detailing sexual assault allegations against WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange has been leaked online, days before a hearing to decide whether he should be extradited to Sweden.
The file, which contains 100 pages of interview transcripts, investigatory notes and witness statements, was published anonymously on a file-sharing site.
Assange, 39, is accused of sexually assaulting two women in Sweden last (northern) autumn.
The file says forensic investigators have failed to find DNA on a condom that prosecutors allege Assange deliberately broke during intercourse.
A second alleged victim said she woke to find Assange having sex with her but let him continue although she knew he wasn’t wearing a condom.
Tomorrow Assange will appear at Belmarsh magistrates’ court for his hearing. His lawyers are expected to say Swedish prosecutors have improperly filed the case.