August 17, 2012

Julian Assange Should Step Out and Defend Himself

Globe and Mail, Globe and Mail

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Julian Assange's invocation of state power and international law, when he does not want to face a court, is in flagrant contradiction with the anarchism of the indiscriminate disclosure of government documents by the organization he founded, WikiLeaks.

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TAGGED: Sweden, UK, Ecuador, WikiLeaks, Julian Assange

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