Macfady was big, broad-shouldered and had a big heart, and was generous in his dealings with the many whistleblowers and journalists he helped. And they were many. He loved coming down for breakfast to see who had stayed overnight, friends or others who needed a place for the night, such as Julian Assange when he arrived in London. . .
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