Ecuador and Sweden have finally worked out details for a Swedish prosecutor to visit the embassy in London and question Mr. Assange.
Accordingly, Ms. Valerie Thighborg has visited Mr. Assange for a second time (also see Spoof News Nov 1 014 same image).
According to legalese from the Swedish prosecutor's office, last year's visit by Ms. Thighborg was only "foreplay" (defined as preliminary), whereas the current investigation got quickly to the bottom of the matter.
Mr. Assange is reported pleased with the analysis.
Once again Ms. Thighborg arrived in short white dress and was cooperative with reporters on her investigation.
Prior to joining Mr. Assange in a conference room she stated Mr. Assange would be required to yield hard answers to "deep considerations" on what's needed.
She clarified the meaning of "hard" as "lengthy."
In review, Mr. Assange has purportedly violated two females in Sweden several years ago, whereas neither has brought charges and both continued to party with Mr. Assange after the alleged incidents.
Observers have noted the political nature of Mr. Assange's wikileaks activities may have penetrated what otherwise is a cocked up case against him.
Braced on this possibility, Ms. Thighborg responded that it would not be possible for Mr. Assange to continue impenetrable under her solicitation.
However, once in the embassy Ms. Thighborg and Mr. Assange disappeared into a conference room, subsequently causing some alarm.
That is, they disappeared for several hours, well beyond lunch time, with no sign of their activity.
Attempts to contact them via phone and other devices, including ears pressed against doorways, produced no results, as though the two had gone to sleep inside the conference room.
The horrible possibility that some crime had taken place gradually surfaced to embassy personnel.
After all, Mr. Assange has been under duress for several years, a condition that could lead to homicidal tendencies. Ms. Thighborg could be at risk with a man nearly berserk from his confinement.
Embassy officials were on the verge of calling in special police locksmiths when a cleaning lady stepped forward reluctantly with what she said might be useful intelligence.
She had been on her knees cleaning tiles, she said, when Mr. Assange opened the conference door to Ms. Thighborg's knock.
The light being somewhat dim where she was cleaning she thought possibly they had not noticed her.
She then reported the scene continued as follows.
Mr. Assange immediately said, "Darling! . . ." in an excited tone.
Ms. Thighborg responded with "Shhh!" as they grasped hands and passed quickly through the door and shut it quietly.