Link2mobile. Swedish prosecutors suddenly withdrew the arrest warrant on Wikileaks founders Julian Assange. The man who made the Pentagon angry that he no longer accused of rape
But the investigation into the alleged mistreatment remain open to Australian citizens 39 years.
Wikileaks site in the weeks ahead will again give away thousands of secret documents concerning the war in Afghanistan.
Assange and his aides claim that he was a victim of dirty tricks. Through Twitter messages ex-hacker said the "baseless allegations and the matter was very disturbing."
"Chief prosecutor Eva Finne has arrived at a decision that Julian Assange not suspected of rape," said a statement on the site Swedish prosecution service, several hours after a warrant was issued.
It is said that Assange "no longer a fugitive." But the Swedish prosecutor's office spokeswoman Karin Rosander later said a second investigation concerns allegations of maltreatment "still open" and "a responsible prosecutor would later comment," regarding the issue.
Assange not be contacted, but one of his colleagues, Kristinn Hrafnsson, said by telephone from Iceland "Julian denies these allegations and says the accusations are false."
He said Assange still in Sweden and found out after reading in the Swedish daily, Expressen.
"There is a strong organization that wants to inflict harm on WikiLeaks," he said.
Assange arrived in Sweden early this month and gave a press conference last part of the release of documents in Afghanistan.
But he kept moving around the world and stay in place supporting