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article imageDNA evidence missing in Julian Assange case

By Owen Weldon     Sep 16, 2012 in World
A British newspaper is reporting that forensic experts have failed to find very important DNA evidence in Julian Assange's sexual assault case.
According to Sky, the 100-page report was shown to Assange's lawyers, and the report outlined Swedish police's basis for seeking Assange extradition to Sweden, where he was wanted for questioning.
The report says that two forensic laboratories were not able to find conclusive evidence of Assange's DNA on the condom that was given to them by one of the women who is claiming that Assange assaulted them back in August 2010.
According to Zee News, the same forensic teams were able to find DNA that they believe belongs to Assange on another condom that was given to them by the second woman who is claiming the WikiLeaks chief assaulted her.
According to Daily Mail, after the report was released, the prosecutor's office in Sweden said that they had no comment.
The only thing the prosecutor's office said was that the case was still ongoing.
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