The "murderous system" Melzer sees taking shape, according to Republican magazine Jan. 28, is neither limited to Trump's world nor the United States, but includes Storbritannia and not least Sweden. Why has not this outrageous charge created a storm in the Norwegian and Swedish press?
Profit on WikiLeaks
Nils Melzer is the UN's Special Rapporteur on torture cases and cannot be dismissed as contradictory or conspiratorial. He warned against processing the alert website WikiLeaks'editor and founder Julian Assange gets into British prison, and delivered a report last year. References to lack of health care and torture has occasionally appeared in Norwegian media.
#PRETTY she responds, and MODERN TIMES has among others on front page in May 2019 informed about the treatment of Assange. Following a grumbling chronicle of politician and corruption hunter Eva Joly in the Evening Post January 28 this year against the silence of the Norwegian press about the assaults against Assange, Aftenposten's editor Trine Eilertsen was forced onto the field. She was invited to Dagsnytt 18 to defend the newspaper's lack of commitment.
"He's not a journalist," Eilertsen said, so he didn't deserve the protection and support journalists can expect. She reflected with these views also her former employer Bergens Tidende, and also Dagbladet, has…
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