Wikileaks founder Julian Assange has been ensconced in the Ecuadorian embassy in London's bustling Knightsbridge, attempting to evade extradition to Sweden on trumped up rape charges. A woman that consented to have sex with Assange, changed her mind after the fact, which is highly questionable. The Judiciary Report does not believe in premarital sex, but how can you have sex with someone, then after you've done the deed, change your mind (not before or during the act). That's a load of rubbish.
Many believe the claims were cooked up by the Obama Administration, as revenge for top secret documents whistleblower Assange posted to the Wikileaks site, revealing serious criminal wrongdoing by the government. Some in Congress publicly stated, there are forums for whistleblowers to address criminal misconduct, but the Judiciary Report can unequivocally state from experience, no there are not, as when a member of the administration wants to launch a cover up, everyone else in the government falls in line. Let's not lie to the public, shall we.