Thanks. I'll give this a proper read tonight. What are your thoughts on this specific part?
"The process require
a request from another state, a decision by Sweden's supreme court on whether extradition was possible, and finally a decision by government to go forward with the extradition." [my emphasis; p61]
The internal communications in the Australian government go on to note:
"The Swedish government could deny an extradition or temporary surrender that the supreme court had approved, but if the supreme court denied an extradition or temporary surrender application, then the matter ended there; ie, the government could not approve a process that the supreme court had rejected."
It appears there was a response to Klamberg from Greenwald - http://www.twitlonger.com/show/j0q3kq