Pirate Bay Founder Flies Home Next Week As Mother Criticizes Swedish AuthoritiesTorrentFreak
Sep. 10, 2012
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After being detained nine days ago there are now signs that Pirate Bay founder Gottfrid Svartholm will be returning to the place he once called home. Since there are no direct flights from Cambodia to Sweden he will first make a stopover in Bangkok, Thailand. In the meantime. Svartholmís mother has been speaking for the first time about her sonís plight, criticizing Swedish authorities for withholding information and failing to look after her sonís interests.