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Defending Assange 5: Ecuador’s excuses

This is Part 5 in a series on Julian Assange’s legal case and trial-by-media: Part 1 discussed the value of Wikileaks Part 2 discussed the Obama administration’s secret legal action Part 3 discussed the Swedish sexual assault case Part 4 discussed the Russian conspiracy accusations When Ecuador granted asylum to Julian Assange in 2012, the …

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Defending Assange 2: Obama’s obfuscation

This is Part 2 in a series on Julian Assange’s legal case and trial-by-media. In Part 1, I discussed the value of Wikileaks. A document released by Wikileaks shows that as far as back as 2008, under the Bush administration, the US Defense Intelligence Agency already had Wikileaks on its “manhunting target list”. They planned …

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