The Wikileaks leadership have in secret been working to "expose the conspiracy" they believe that founder Julian Assange has been subjected to in that two Swedish women notified the police about a sexual assault in August last year.
According to Expressen's sources, a number of Swedish journalists economy and private life have been scrutinized, and pictures have secretly been taken of journalists who reported on Assange.
The President of the Swedish Publicists Association, Ulrika Knutson, is one of the mapped journalists. One explanation could be that she publicly has criticized Wikileaks Swedish representative Johannes Wahlström. The material is also said to include pictures of the home of Expressen’s editor-in-chief, Thomas Mattsson.
Kristinn Hrafnsson, spokesperson of Wikileaks, has told Expressen that she is not aware of any investigation of Swedish journalists.
Expressen has been the focus of Wikileaks criticism since the newspaper in August 2010 revealed that Assange was sought to be arrested on suspicion of sex crimes during a visit to Sweden.
Expressen's own article in English.