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Julian Assange’s trials

The fate of Julian Assange is unclear. Washington is determined that he be sent to the USA to face criminal charges, most likely under the 1917 Espionage Act. The British government is more than happy to make this happen. Even the Ecuadoreans are in on the act. What we are watching unfold in front of our eyes is the criminalization of journalism.

CrossTalking with Joe Lauria, Patrick Henningsen, and Gareth Porter.

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