Stockholm (Agencies): The monster set out by the creator has finally hit him back. Leaked Swedish police documents on the Julian Assange sex cases raise key questions for both sides about the allegations.

Answers to questions like: Was one of the WikiLeaks founder's Swedish lovers asleep during intercourse? Did she consent to unprotected sex? will determine whether rape was committed under Swedish law.

The 39-year-old Australian denies any wrongdoing in separate encounters with two Swedish women last summer, and is facing Swedish attempts to have him extradited from Britain to face questioning in the cases.
He is set to appear in court in London on Monday and Tuesday in that extradition case.

In leaked police documents that emerged this week on the Internet, the Swedish woman has accused Assange of having sex with her while she was asleep, but let him continue as she got up even though she knew he wasn't wearing a condom.

She says she insisted that Assange use a condom when they had sex in her apartment in the Swedish city of Enkoping on August 16, and that he halfheartedly agreed. The incident labeled as rape happened the next morning, when the woman claims she was woken up by Assange having unprotected sex with her.

"She immediately asked: 'Are you wearing anything?' and he answered 'You’," according to a police summary of her deposition. "She said to him 'You better don't have HIV' and he answered 'Of course not’. But she felt it was too late. He was already inside her and she let him continue."

Having sex with a sleeping person is considered rape in Sweden, but the details in the leaked transcript could explain why different prosecutors have made different analyses of the incident.

One Stockholm prosecutor threw out the rape case. A more senior prosecutor later reinstated it, and asked for Assange's extradition from Britain so that he could be questioned him in the case.

It's unclear who leaked the case files, some of which have been publicly released before but with key portions blocked out. It's also not clear which side the full police documents would help more.

 "It is a complicating factor that this person when she wakes up in one way or another gives her consent," said Nils-Petter Ekdahl, a judge and expert on Sweden's sex crimes legislation. "Does the consent also apply to what happened when one was sleeping? This question has not been tested by the justice system."
The documents included a cover letter signed by Assange's Swedish lawyer, Bjoern Hurtig.

"I can just say that I sent them to my client through his lawyer in London. But how it ended up on the Internet I don't know," Hurtig said. "It's incredibly unfortunate."

Assange is also accused of sexual molestation and forceful coercion against another Swedish woman with whom he had sex in the same week. The leaked documents show she accuses him of deliberately damaging a condom during sex, which he denies.

Assange came across both women in connection with a seminar he gave on free speech in Stockholm after he and WikiLeaks made headlines around the world with the release of thousands of secret US military documents on the war in Afghanistan.

WikiLeaks has angered the US and other governments by publishing tens of thousands of secret US cables on the wars in Afghanistan and Iraq as well as a massive trove of US diplomatic cables.