Four Corners, an investigative journalism website, has released a video about how the Swedish case against Julian Assange came to be.
Four Corners is Australia's premier television current affairs program, and has released a video (above) telling the story about Julian Assange's visit to Sweden, and the alleged rape charges against him.
The video contains everything you could want to know about the rape allegations against Assange.
In the video, it states that Assange arrived in Sweden in August 2010, "where he was greeted like a conquering hero."
However, within weeks of his visit to Sweden, there was a warrant issued for his arrest and he was being investigated for rape and sexual molestation.
In the video, Four Corners reporters, Andrew Fowler and Wayne Harley, examine in detail what happened during the weeks Assange spent in Sweden, the nature of his relationship with the two women, and also what they told police that caused them to seek his extradition and arrest.
Julian Assange remains at the Ecuadorian Embassy in London, where he is seeking political asylum in that country.
The full transcript of the video can be read on the Four Corners website.