and moral duty to expose war crimes.
In an English prison, at the time of writing, there is a sick person Julian Assange and is waiting to be extradited to the US draconian laws, intended for war spies from 1917. The press and politicians have forgotten that he has actually been arrested for being sent to Sweden to face accusations of rape that have otherwise been dropped. His crime is to have done what every journalist and publicist should do, but as far too few do: He has brought further documentation of abuses of power, yes, war crimes, to an extent that is difficult to comprehend. In other words, he is dangerous. It does not forget the powerful, in this case the powerful of the United States, led by Obama, Clinton, Trump, the CIA, the New York Times or the Washington Post. The worst is the press that is embarrassed, because Assange has done nothing but what they. . .
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