In the Assange case we are all suspects now

Pilger, John
February 2012
New Statesman;2/6/2012, Vol. 141 Issue 5091, p19
The article offers information and opinions about the trial of Julian Assange, the Australian journalist accused of sexual assault. Topics include the prosecution of Assange under U.S. President Barack Obama for his ties to soldier Bradley Manning in a Wikileaks disclosure of government information, the policy of Australian leader Julia Gillard on Assange, and the issues of justice and freedom associated with Assange's trial.


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