"Lawyer Elisabeth Massi Fritz says she and her client are pleased and relieved that the preliminary investigation against Julian Assange regarding the rape resumed."
"There has been plenty of hate and threats against my client," says Massi Fritz to the TT."
"Elisabeth Massi Fritz, representing the woman who has reported Julian Assange for a rape in August 2010 and has during the day had phone contact with his client."
" First, she was shocked. Then she expressed great gratitude, and she hopes that she will, in the future, within the short shall get redress, " says Massi Fritz to the TT."
"The previous decision to close the investigation was based on circumstances that prevented the investigation, not on the lack of evidence, according to the deputy the superior prosecutor Eva-Marie Persson. She will request Julian Assange is arrested in absentia on probable cause suspected of rape."
"Massi Fritz held a press conference in his office after the news and she expects that the investigation will lead to a prosecution against Julian Assange."
"– the Evidence in this case is secured for a long time ago. You should not believe anything else, " she says."
" I am not speaking out of guilt. But my client is credible and reliable and there is much that supports her story, " says Massi Frtiz to the TT after pressträffen."
"According to Massi Fritz dropped her client the confidence for the Swedish judicial system when the investigation was shut down by 2017 but with the prosecutor's vengeance in the day she has got it back."
"– No one is above the law, not even if you named Julian Assange, and the Swedish justice are not affected by media or political pressure, " says Massi Fritz."
"in the judicial process and its trips back and forth has been going on for around nine years and the case has received great attention both in Sweden and internationally."
" It has been tough for my client. There has been much wild speculation in the media and many so-called experts have spoken. There has been much hatred and threats against her but also against those of us who work with the mission."