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 In this Tuesday, July 27, 2010, file picture founder and editor of the WikiLeaks website, Julian Assange, faces the media during a debate event, held in London, England. The lawyer for Mr. Assange said his client has been questioned by Swedish police regarding allegations of molestation. Leif Silbersky said Mr. Assange was questioned by police in Stockholm for about an hour late Monday and was formally informed of the suspicions against him.(AP Photo/Max Nash)
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In this Tuesday, July 27, 2010, file picture founder and editor of the WikiLeaks website, Julian Assange, faces the media during a debate event, held in London, England. The lawyer for Mr. Assange said his client has been questioned by Swedish police regarding allegations of molestation. Leif Silbersky said Mr. Assange was questioned by police in Stockholm for about an hour late Monday and was formally informed of the suspicions against him.(AP Photo/Max Nash)

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