Julian Assange: Wikileaks Has the Goods on the Deaths of Innocent Iraqis Killed by the US | Frontlines of Revolutionary Struggle

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By Medea BenjaminJulian Assange,

I had an opportunity to interview WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange at the Ecuadorian Embassy in London, where he has been granted political asylum since June 2012. Assange is wanted for questioning in Sweden over sex allegations, although he has never been charged. Assange believes that if sent to Sweden, he would be put into prison and then sent to the United States, where he is already being investigated for espionage for publishing hundreds of thousands of classified diplomatic and military memos on the WikiLeaks website. –Medea Benjamin

George W. Bush’s new presidential library at Southern Methodist University in Texas has opened with great fanfare, including the attendance of Presidents Obama and former Presidents Carter, Bush Sr. and Clinton. George Bush has said that the library is “a place to lay out facts.” What facts would you like to see displayed at his library?

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One thought on “Julian Assange: Wikileaks Has the Goods on the Deaths of Innocent Iraqis Killed by the US | Frontlines of Revolutionary Struggle

  1. Julian Assange and Wikileaks rock. I know what tit’s like to be an enemy of the state, a female one. Anonymous (the real ones), Bradley Manning, Jeremy Hammond, Aaron Swartz, the 232 journalists, and the rest, FOWL of which I am a member, all rock!

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