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Originally posted by dukeofjive
So why would again the swedish police try to get assange,
I'm not surprised. Thats b/c, for all the mystique, such agencies are staffed by people of mereley "above average" intelligence. The very intelligent & the genius have much better things to do.
Two years ago the FBI were called in to try and crack similar encryption, they coudn't crack it after a year of trying
This is a good analogy, its just that you've got it the wrong way round.
Just remeber, you tug on your leash to hard, and they will hang you by it.
Originally posted by GogoVicMorrow
reply to post by soficrow
I wish it had been set in stone, but after saying they wouldn't appeal (thus the reporting he was free to go) Sweden said that it was a huge information gaffe, and that they would be appealing. So he's there a while longer.