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“Publishing Is Not a Crime”: Major Newspapers Urge Biden to Drop Charges Against Julian Assange

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The New York Times, The Guardian and three major European newspapers are urging the Biden administration to drop all charges against WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange. In a joint letter, the newspapers say, “This indictment sets a dangerous precedent, and threatens to undermine America’s First Amendment and the freedom of the press.” The letter ends with the words “Publishing is not a crime.” Assange, who is jailed in Britain, faces up to 175 year
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“Publishing Is Not a Crime”: Major Newspapers Urge Biden to Drop Charges Against Julian Assange

The New York Times, The Guardian and three major European newspapers are urging the Biden administration to drop all charges against WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange. In a joint letter, the newspapers say, “This indictment sets a dangerous precedent, and threatens to undermine America’s First Amendment and the freedom of the press.” The letter ends with the words “Publishing is not a crime.” Assange, who is jailed in Britain, faces up to 175 year

2 months ago·New York, United States
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Five major newspapers call for an end to lawsuits against Julian Assange

Consideran que "transcurridos 12 años desde la publicación" de los primeros documentos "ha llegado el momento de que el gobierno de Estados Unidos ponga fin a su persecución a Julian Assange" porque "publicar no es un delito

2 months ago
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