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The Government's Case Against Julian Assange Is Falling Apart

The more you shine sunlight on this matter, the more the case that Assange induced Manning to provide WikiLeaks with classified information, or otherwise assisted in the procurement of same, falls apart.Read More... More on Wikileaks

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