posted on Dec, 13 2012 @ 08:41 PM
I have a question for the United States,
John Mcafee, accused of murder. He has been on the run in disguises, taunting police and creating elaborate ploys and look-alikes to escape
prosecution. He has been allowed to re-enter the United States without harm or risk of being tried for his crimes.
On the other hand we have Julian Assange who is accused of having a condom break during consensual sex.
Under Swedish law, Mr Assange has not been formally charged. He has merely been accused and told he has questions to answer which he has offered to
answer. Add to the fact Forensic experts have failed to find DNA evidence in the sexual assault case against Julian Assange you start to wonder:
How can a man accused of murder who fled police with elaborate hoaxes be allowed to return to the USA without fear, yet Assange, has to hide in a
foreign nations embassy or else he is immediately extradited because a condom broke during consensual sex?
(add to the fact that the 'apparent' victim returned the next morning with breakfast for him)
I mean, the answer is obvious especially considering the fact one of the women accusing Assange has ties to the CIA.
Anyone care to explain?
edit on 13-12-2012 by Agit8dChop because: (no reason given)