Hero or Villain: The Prosecution of Julian Assange

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ABC’s Four Corners investigates the prosecution of Julian Assange in key interviews with those at the heart of WikiLeaks and those who have sought to bring him to US justice.

These insider accounts give powerful insights into how these momentous events have unfolded.

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“key interviews with those at the heart of WikiLeaks”, “These insider accounts”. That’s not what’s actually in this ‘documentary’. Yes, Kristin Haffrasson, the current WikiLekas editor, was briefly interviewed, the rest of the interviews are with mainly hostile outsiders. There is, as i remember, one interview with someone who previously worked for WikiLeaks, and got the sack. There ws no “investigation” by the ABC and no attempt at real analysis – it’s a biased hack job pretending to be balanced and impartial.