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Clearly they weren't interviewed independently because one of the victims became 'tangled up in police questioning.'

But anyway.

  1. Is it usual for an arrest warrant to be issued immediately in cases like these? Or is it more usual to bring suspects in for questioning, check forensic evidence, and build up a case that is based on more than hearsay?

  2. How long does it usually take the Swedish prosecutor's office to decide that a case is viable?

  3. Is it usual for anonymous victims to give press interviews immediately after a warrant is issued?

  4. Is it usual for anonymous victims to give press interviews that reassure everyone that the Pentagon isn't involved?

  5. How did the Swedish press find the identity of the anonymous alleged victims?

And as it happens, even the Swedish prosecutor's office PR team don't seem entirely convinced by the story.


by ThatBritGuy (thatbritguy (at) googlemail.com) on Tue Aug 24th, 2010 at 06:09:23 PM EST
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