WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange and his legal team believe that Assange may be extradited to the United States before the end of summer. It is unfortunately time for us to prepare for court proceedings, and so far, you came through for us marvelously. I am so grateful to our readers
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U.S. prosecutors have quite a struggle ahead if they hope to convince journalists frustrated with Assange’s behavior to aid them in their attack on freedom of the press.
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Kevin Gosztola, journalist and author of the book Guilty of Journalism: The Political Case Against Julian Assange, argues that it actually does matter whether you recognize that the WikiLeaks founder is a journalist—or not. Not only did Assange engage in journalism, but he clearly was a journalist and currently
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