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SULLUM: Prosecuting Julian Assange poses grave threat to freedom of the press - Odessa American

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The editors and publishers of The New York Times and four leading European news outlets say in an open letter released on Monday. The U.S. Department of Justice disagrees, as evidenced by its prosecution of WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange for obtaining and disseminating classified material. In urging the Justice Department to drop that case, the Times, The Guardian, Le Monde, Der Spiegel and El Pais implicitly acknowledge that freedom of the press is meaningless.
Published 2 months ago · Odessa, United States

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SULLUM: Prosecuting Julian Assange poses grave threat to freedom of the press - Odessa American

“Publishing is not a crime,” the editors and publishers of The New York Times and four leading European news outlets say in an open letter released on Monday. While that statement might seem uncontroversial, the U.S. Department of Justice disagrees, as evidenced by its prosecution of WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange for obtaining and disseminating classified material. In urging the Justice Department to drop that case, the Times, The Guardian, L…

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