‘They Should Be In Jail’: How The Guardian and New York Times ‘Set Up’ Julian Assange

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‘They Should Be In Jail’: How The Guardian and New York Times ‘Set Up’ Julian Assange https://sputniknews.com/20190812/assange-set-up-davis-guardian-new-york-times-1076533649.html?fbclid=IwAR3TASTVrvLJZqXmcYK_7xQ79FzCd0BMeClw9B2uD549_bUDatl3dU9v2gA10.09.2019)Award-winning journalist Mark Davis has exposed the extent to which The Guardian and New York Times betrayed Julian Assange in 2010, and have played a pivotal and consciously dishonest role in smearing him ever since.

Speaking at an event in Sydney, Australia 8th August, Davis recalled how he’d closely followed Assange’s activities in the first half of that year in order to make a series of programmes on the WikiLeaks founder’s life for Australia’s Special Broadcasting Service – he ended up with so much material he was able to compile a documentary, ‘Inside WikiLeaks’.

In particular, Davis was granted intimate insight into the release of the Afghan War Logs – 90,000 US military incident and intelligence reports compiled January 2004 – December 2009. Provided to WikiLeaks by Chelsea Manning, the files offered damning…

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