Assange including Swedish dispute

The Guardian, Wikileaks and the war logs

The Guardian, July 25 2010

The Americans have known for weeks that they have suffered a haemorrhage of secret information on a scale which makes even the leaking of the Pentagon Papers during the Vietnam war look small by comparison.

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Profile of Assange

The Guardian, July 25 2010

Julian Assange is self-consciously an individual. He thinks in his own way, primarily as a physicist, having studied pure maths and physics at university in Australia where he grew up.

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Swedish prosecutors review sex complaints against Assange

The Guardian, August 24 2010
with Marie Louise Sjolie

Swedish prosecutors say they hope to announce today  whether they will pursue two cases of alleged sexual assault involving Julian Assange, the founder of Wikileaks.

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Ten days in Stockholm

The Guardian, December 17 2010

Documents seen by the Guardian reveal for the first time the full details of the allegations of rape and sexual assault that have led to extradition hearings against the WikiLeaks founder, Julian Assange.

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Assange supporters who recycle misinformation

Huffington Post, December 30 2010

Bianca Jagger last week launched a fierce attack on the Guardian for carrying my story about the evidence collected by Swedish police who have been investigating the claims of sexual assault by the founder of Wikileaks, Julian Assange.

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Defending The Guardian over Edward Snowden

The Guardian, October 13 2013

In the last few days, two national newspapers – the Times and The Mail – have suggested that the Guardian has been wrong to publish material leaked by Edward Snowden on the specific grounds that journalists cannot be trusted to judge what may damage national security.

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Chains that bind the 'free' press

The New Internationalist, January 1 2015

The British press was born free but it is everywhere in chains.

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