Hur har det gått för svensken Ola Bini, som är en vän till Julians Assange – så skurkaktigt!

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Ola Bini

För drygt ett år sedan, i augusti 2019, publicerade jag artikeln “Ola Bini – Det senaste offret i korsfästningen av Julian Assange hotas av hård dom”

Jag skrev där “DN skrev senast 2/8 “Åklagaren i Ecuador har fått förlängd tid en månad i utredningen mot svensken Ola Bini. Det betyder att han fortfarande är fast i Ecuador utan att veta vad han är misstänkt för.

Om 30 dagar väntas nytt besked om det blir åtal eller om förundersökningen läggs ner.

Ola Bini greps i Ecuador 11 april i år, samma dag som Wikileaksgrundaren Julian Assange greps på Ecuadors ambassad i London. Bini och Assange är vänner och svensken har tidigare sagt att han inte tror att det var en slump att de greps samma dag.
Åklagaren har sagt att Bini ska ha ”förstört integriteten av datasystem” utan att gå in närmare på vilket system det ska ha varit.” DN Utredning mot Ola Bini fortsätter – nytt besked om 30 dagar

En läsare har vänligen översatt två aktuell artikar “Det sista offret i korsfästelsen av Julian Assange” om detta. The Latest Victim in the Crucifixion of Julian Assange och Telesur: Ecuador Gov’t Changes Criminal Charges Against Ola Bini to Prolong Case

Hur har det då gått för Ola Bini? Han rapporterade via 26 konsekutiva inlägg på Twitter om detta kvällen 25 oktober.

Jag redovisar dessa ndedtill! Hoppas på viss förståelse för att jag inte översatt till engelska!

De tre första är kopiering av Ola Binis Twitter, de följande 13 är kopior av texten och de sista är åter kopior av hans Twitter.

Ja makten gör vad den kan föt att minska yttrandefrihetens namn, av respekt för USA:s syn på demokrati och världen – USA-imperialismen.


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The actual arrest was done in Spanish without a translator present. I had no chance of understanding what was happening or what my rights were. 4/

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After that I was once again held in places without access to lawyer or phone call, and away from proper arrest procedures. I was only booked in Flagrancia around 8am the morning after. 5/

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On the evening of the 12th, a hearing was held where it was decided I was going to be put into preventative imprisonment. The primary evidence for this was the books found in my apartment, and the amount of technology I possessed. 6/

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Books that were presented as evidence of my wrong-doing during the hearing including several books about computer security and privacy (which is my profession), books about the Panama Papers and so on. 7/

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The day after, Saturday 13:th, I was sent to the El Inca detention center. I stayed in this prison for 68 days. From the time of my detention until I was released, no prosecutor or agent ever asked me any questions. 8/

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But during all this time, the Interior Minister and the president repeatedly went public in media talking about me, claiming I had been hacking from the airport, and many other ridiculous stories. At no point was any evidence presented. 9/

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And of course, none of these charges were ever put into the legal process. I was repeatedly accused, without evidence or any kind of fact of having done bad things, without any chance of defending myself. 10/

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The president of Ecuador even went on TV and claimed that I had no training equipment with me, even though I was supposed to go to a training camp. However, the arrest papers clearly document all training equipment I had when arrested. 11/

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During this time in prison, I was being charged with “attacking the integrity of computer systems”. But during this whole time, the prosecution never specified what I was supposed to have done, and to what computer systems. 12/

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In fact, the prosecution spent more time in hearings talking about my friendship with Julian Assange, than actually talking about what crime I was supposed to have committed. No evidence has ever been produced of this charge. 13/

Nivå 14:
Romo, in a witness statement from June 2019, actually said that I was arrested because they were worried I _would_ do something criminal, not because of something I had done. The president claimed he didn’t know anything about my case. 14/

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We filed an appeal against my preventative imprisonment, which was heard by a tribunal of judges on May 1st. This appeal was denied. The language in the resolution contained information that the prosecution had never mentioned… 15/
Ola Bini
@olabini

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Nivå 4:
The actual arrest was done in Spanish without a translator present. I had no chance of understanding what was happening or what my rights were. 4/
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Ola Bini
@olabini
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After that I was once again held in places without access to lawyer or phone call, and away from proper arrest procedures. I was only booked in Flagrancia around 8am the morning after. 5/
Ola Bini
@olabini
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Nivå 6:
On the evening of the 12th, a hearing was held where it was decided I was going to be put into preventative imprisonment. The primary evidence for this was the books found in my apartment, and the amount of technology I possessed. 6/
Ola Bini
@olabini
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Books that were presented as evidence of my wrong-doing during the hearing including several books about computer security and privacy (which is my profession), books about the Panama Papers and so on. 7/
Ola Bini
@olabini
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Nivå 8:
The day after, Saturday 13:th, I was sent to the El Inca detention center. I stayed in this prison for 68 days. From the time of my detention until I was released, no prosecutor or agent ever asked me any questions. 8/
Ola Bini
@olabini
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Nivå 9:
But during all this time, the Interior Minister and the president repeatedly went public in media talking about me, claiming I had been hacking from the airport, and many other ridiculous stories. At no point was any evidence presented. 9/
Ola Bini
@olabini
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Nivå 10:
And of course, none of these charges were ever put into the legal process. I was repeatedly accused, without evidence or any kind of fact of having done bad things, without any chance of defending myself. 10/
Ola Bini
@olabini
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Nivå 11:
The president of Ecuador even went on TV and claimed that I had no training equipment with me, even though I was supposed to go to a training camp. However, the arrest papers clearly document all training equipment I had when arrested. 11/
Ola Bini
@olabini
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Nivå 12:
During this time in prison, I was being charged with “attacking the integrity of computer systems”. But during this whole time, the prosecution never specified what I was supposed to have done, and to what computer systems. 12/
Ola Bini
@olabini
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25 okt.
Nivå 13:
In fact, the prosecution spent more time in hearings talking about my friendship with Julian Assange, than actually talking about what crime I was supposed to have committed. No evidence has ever been produced of this charge. 13/
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Nivå 14:
Romo, in a witness statement from June 2019, actually said that I was arrested because they were worried I _would_ do something criminal, not because of something I had done. The president claimed he didn’t know anything about my case. 14/
Ola Bini
@olabini
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Nivå 15:
We filed an appeal against my preventative imprisonment, which was heard by a tribunal of judges on May 1st. This appeal was denied. The language in the resolution contained information that the prosecution had never mentioned… 15/
Ola Bini
@olabini
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A few weeks later we applied for bail. In Ecuador, bail can _only_ be denied in 4 very specific cases – relating to if the crime has a sentence longer than 5 years, relates to violence against children or women, and so on. 16/
Ola Bini
@olabini
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My case didn’t fit any of the 4 criteria, so I should have been able to get bail. The judge denied the bail request, because she said she couldn’t calculate the bail amount – because the prosecution hadn’t said who the victims were!!! 17/
Ola Bini
@olabini
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Finally, on June 20th, I was released from prison after a successful Habeas Corpus request. The tribunal confirmed that my arrest and imprisonment had been illegal and violated my rights in numerous ways. 18/
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Ola Bini
@olabini
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But this didn’t stop the case. The Habeas Corpus tribunal imposed measures on me, that I have to keep fulfilling until the legal process is over. This includes not being able to leave the country, and that I have to present myself physically. 19/
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Ola Bini
@olabini
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The presentation means I have to go the prosecutors office every Friday and sign a paper. All my bank accounts and assets are also frozen. This has been going on for 18 months now, with no end in sight. 20/
Ola Bini
@olabini
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By the end of July, the “instruction fiscal” – the investigate period during which time evidence can be added to the process – should have been over. In Ecuador, this has a time limit of 90 days. 21/
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Javier Jara
@javierjaraes
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All my solidarity with you, brother! The legal and human rights abuses committed by
@mariapaularomo
and
@Lenin
against you will be overturned once the rule of law and due process are restored. Ecuador is under a DICTATORSHIP.
Serg
@SergNYC
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Bonjour, you can read it here:
@olabini
: It’s been almost 1.5 years since I was first arrested, and it’s been a while since I gave an update about my… https://threadreaderapp.com/thread/1320453112507846658.html
Have a good day. Robotansikte

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