Explained: Why Julian Assange & Chelsea Manning hold key to Free Press
All journalists and publications, be they mainstream or alternative, must step up now or risk losing these freedoms permanently.
This short segment with Patrick Henningsen (21WIRE) and Mike Robinson (UK Column) explains why it’s absolutely crucial and in the public interest to support Julian Assange, Chelsea Manning and WikiLeaks, as all three of these represent fundamental pillars of democracy – the right to publish, the rights of whistleblowers, and a free press. Watch:
(TLB) Published this report from 21st Century Wire with our gratitude for the coverage of this most important issue of a free press.
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