I don't see why not. It is sad that cases involving rape in a consensual relationship are rarely pursued; but that this one man is an exception pursued across nations clearly does not mean they have started taking it seriously, and reflects an axe to grind against him.
Accused rapists ought to face their accusers and have a fair assessment of their guilt. The way people have singularly pursued Assange without promise of ignoring politics has made a mockery of that ideal, made it impossible for his accusers to get justice in proper fashion, and insulted rape victims generally by showing they only matter when the attacker is someone they didn't like anyway.
Assange could possibly have been a sleazy villain in all this, but how he's been handled has made sure there's no honest way we can tell. That's the fault of Sweden and Britain, but hard to understand except for US interests. Please reconsider giving them a pass for turning sexual assault charges into a parody of justice.