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16.5.2018 Julian Assange appears to be painfully close to being unceremoniously thrown out of the Ecuadorian embassy in London.

If that happens, the consequences for journalism, for freedom of speech, and for press freedom, will resound around the world for a very long time. It is very unwise for anyone who values truth and freedom to underestimate the repercussions of this.

In essence, Assange is not different from any journalist working for a major paper or news channel. The difference is he published what they will not because they want to stay in power. The Washington Post today would never do an investigation such as Watergate, and that’s where WikiLeaks came in.

read more: http://ronpaulinstitute.org

 

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