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Claes Borgstrom (left), the lawyer for the two women who claim to have been sexually assaulted by WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange in Sweden in August, talks to the media at his office in Stockholm on Wednesday. Mr. Borgstrom, whose office is under police protection, denied that the case had anything to do with WikiLeaks or the current U.S. interest in Mr. Assange. (Associated Press)

Claes Borgstrom (left), the lawyer for the two women who claim to have been sexually assaulted by WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange in Sweden in August, talks to the media at his office in Stockholm on Wednesday. Mr. Borgstrom, whose office is under police protection, denied that the case had anything to do with WikiLeaks or the current U.S. interest in Mr. Assange. (Associated Press)

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