Ardin published a posting in
on her blog, Ardin.se, called 7 Steps to Legal Revenge.
The blog has since been dismantled, butOpenTopic
has found a cached copy, and put it through Google translate.
Perhaps the most interesting part of it is Step
3: "For example, if you want revenge on someone who cheated or
who dumped you, you should use a punishment with dating / sex / fidelity
Sofia Wilen at press conference
Assange had not told Woman B (Wilen) that he was going
to the crayfish party with Anna, with whom he had slept just two nights
earlier. While he was at the party, Wilen called him and left a message.
He spent the next day with Anna, and Wilen continued to call, but
Assange's phone was still off. They finally got together on the next
Monday, but by then, she said, "He paid more attention
to the computer than to me."
Wilén, unaware that Ardin had a relationship with
Assange, called Anna, who she knew only as the woman who had put together
Assange's seminar. Wilen told Ardin that she's had unprotected sex with
Assange and is afraid she might have contracted an STD or become pregnant.
The ensuing conversation ultimately precipitated an international manhunt.
task force led by the Federal Bureau of Investigation