How free is the Internet? For the moment Wikileaks is here
as it it is hounded across cyberspace. For content about Spain, see El País
(whose editor said
that there are many responsibilities and duties of being an editor, but that protecting the reputation of politicians is not one of them).
The same paper has printed an editorial about US embassy pressures on the Spanish government and judiciary (as revealed by Wikileaks) 'Government and prosecutors owe the public an explanation on US Embassy pressures' in English here
Julian Assange: WikiLeaks has a four-year publishing history. During that time there has been no credible allegation, even by organisations like the Pentagon that even a single person has come to harm as a result of our activities. This is despite much-attempted manipulation and spin trying to lead people to a counter-factual conclusion. We do not expect any change in this regard. The Guardian Interview
.South of Watford
: 'The WikiLeaks Cables And Spain....Interfering With The Course Of Justice'. The Atlantic
: The Shameful Attacks on Julian Assange.
'Julian Assange has made us all safer' (Huffington Post
) There is a squalid little irony when you see people who are literally bombing innocent civilians every day feverishly accuse a man who has never touched a weapon in his life of being "covered in blood."
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