Bwaaahahahahaaa! I don’t really believe in Karma, per se. But sometimes that’s the best word for what happens. Delicious!
Julian Assange is angry at the UK Guardian for publishing details of sexual assault allegations against him based on…wait for it…a leaked police report. Stones, glass houses, etc.
Assange is especially peeved, the Times reported, that the Guardian “selectively published” details of that report. Gee, you mean that publishing only sensational excerpts of leaked private information might present an incomplete and misleading narrative to the paper’s readers that could damage the reputations of those involved? You don’t say.
“I do not like the idea that Julian may be forced into a trial in the media,” Hurtig said. “And I feel especially concerned that he will be presented with the evidence in his own language for the first time when reading the newspaper. I do not know who has given these documents to the media, but the purpose can only be one thing – trying to make Julian look bad.”
No worries, mate! He’s got that “looking bad” thing handled all by himself. And, well, you know what they say – what goes around comes around. Welcome to justice, Julian Assange-style.