Svea Court of Appeal postpones decision in the Assange case

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Svea Court of Appeal, Stockholm,  was supposed to make a decision on the appeal concerning the arrest warrant made by Assanges' defense lawyer last Thursday. The Court of Appeal has asked Chief Prosecutor Marianne Ny for additional documentation and she has until Wednesday to reply.  Assanges's Swedish defense lawyer, Bjorn Hurtigs, thinks that this indicates a weakness in Marinne Ny's decision and hopes that the fact that the Court of Appeal asks for additional information is a good sign for Assanges' case.  


1 - I would like to remind the Svea Court of Appeal about the incident at Donar's Oak tree. Is Sweeden under Anglo-Saxon common law? If so, why were the commoners violated by having their Oak Tree cut down?

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