Let’s see two women approached him at separate times and invited him to spend the night with them at their apartment and he had sex with each of them, though in one case the condom split. He parted amicably with both, but then when they couldn’t get in touch with him and found out about each other they went to the police who filed a report. The prosecutor then decided charges were unwarranted until the women got a lawyer and pressed for another prosecutor to get involved.
His British barrister stated that he had remained in Sweden for 30 days to help resolve these questions so if he was available and they couldn’t get to the bottom of this in 30 days (if true) then I’m not sure they deserve to extradite him. It also sounds very very fishy that this all comes to fruition when the furor over the WikiLeaks release is at its height. If you can tell me they aren’t related with a straight face (or some evidence) then I might believe you (not).
And that pretty much sums it up. He was in Sweden for an extended period originally, when the original prosecution was dropped. Now they want him back again. The Swedish prosecutor says she won't go to GB to question him. Why not? Something stinks, and it's not the Smörgåsbord.