Julian Assange Rape Investigation Documents Leak
Leaks on the leaker, etc. blah blah. The police documents regarding Julian Assange's rape investigation in Sweden have leaked to the internet through an anonymous source, including 100 pages of 'interview transcripts, investigatory notes and other material,' reports Wired. They are, obviously, in Swedish, and do apparently reiterate a lot of what's already been reported. But some new information has emerged about the case, including the fact that some male DNA was collected from a condom provided to police by the second woman, but that Assange has not provided his DNA for comparison.
Again, Assange has not been charged but is on house arrest in England, from where Swedish authorities hope to extradite him. He will have a hearing in London beginning February 7. Read more over at Wired, and if you read Swedish, check the documents out over here.