1) Two days after the release of US Cables, Ecuador officially invited Assange to work and seek residency in Ecuador, then Ecuador suddenly backed off the idea because Ecuadorian President Rafael Correa accused the whistleblower website of breaking the law by releasing U.S. documents. Everyone was aware of this when the offer was initially made, why the sudden change of heart?
2) Interpol Issues ‘Red Notice’ for Arrest of WikiLeaks’ Julian Assange for Sex Crime Accusations. I can't find the bloody article, but there was mention that a lot of what was happening with regards to the request, and specifically the request to hold Assange once arrested without council and extradited was unprecedented. I mean really, Assange, through his lawyer, has cooperated with the Swedish government, and even had their permission to leave the country and still says he will sit down and answer any question the Swedes may have regarding the case, and all the sudden they release an Interpol 'Red Notice' for his arrest? Somethings not right... not only do I think the accusations are a ploy to damage his image (IMO) but I believe Interpol's involvement has to do with the Cables release, and not sexual harassment charges as indicated.
Did she say Strap-in or Strap-on?