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31 May, 2019 09:24

Assange’s fate

Some in the media –and even some politicians– are creating a new image for Julian Assange. And it’s no wonder. A case can be made that the US crusade against Assange is a blueprint for criminalizing journalism. What fate is in store for Assange? Will journalism suffer the same?

CrossTalking with Andre Walker and Ron Placone.

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