Exposing war crimes, a crime?

This 12 April 2019 video from the USA says about itself:

Assange Arrested for Exposing U.S. War Crimes – Paul Jay

Wikileaks released Manning’s leaked documents and exposed multiple crimes committed by the U.S. government and armed forces – Jay says this is getting lost in the corporate media coverage of Assange’s arrest; when he was arrested, Assange carried a copy of TRNN’s book “Gore Vidal on the History of the National Security State” which was based on a series of interviews conducted by Paul Jay between 2005 to 2007; the premise of the book is the American state and its loyal media use patriotism to lie to the American people about U.S. foreign policy and militarism.

Assange’s ‘Conspiracy’ to Expose War Crimes Has Already Been Punished: here.

This 12 April 2019 video from the USA says about itself:

Ecuadorian President’s Motives for Surrendering Assange: Vengeance & IMF Loan?

$4.2 billion IMF loan, submission to the US, and vengeance appear to have been President Moreno’s true motives for revoking Assange‘s asylum in Ecuador’s London embassy, says Ecuador’s former foreign minister Guillaume Long.

This 14 April 2019 video from the USA says about itself:

Assange Indictment: A Threat to the Foundation of US Democracy?

A panel discussion between FAIR‘s Jeff Cohen and Jacqueline Luqman, with host Marc Steiner examines whether this is the beginning of an attempt to stop investigative journalists from working with whistleblowers and exposing corruption.

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