New Delhi: Speaking out for the first time on sexual assault charges, Wikileaks founder defended himself saying he a gentleman and not a sexual predator.
In an interview to the BBC, Julian Assange defended his organisation and also explained why he is fighting extradition to Sweden over sexual assault allegations.
Assange called himself a gentleman in that interview, saying that the two women concerned were worried about contracting a sexually transmitted disease and went to the police for advice.
Assange said the women pressing charges went to the police for advice and not to file a complaint. ...more
09:37 AM, Dec 22, 2010