Twitter posts about Julian Assange

reveals that he also committed the 'offence' for which Assange has been indicted

(6 Dec 2012 - see also (7/12/22> Consortium News) In the short interview below, Daniel Ellsberg, who famously leaked the ''Pentagon Papers" to the New York Times in 1971, explains how he was also given a copy of all the data leaked by Chelsea Manning before it was published by Wikileaks. So, by the current standing of the Department of Justice, he, alongside all the newspapers which published that information, are no less indictable than Julian Assange. If Ellsberg were to be indicted for the same offence for which Assange has been indicted and held in solitary confinement since April 2019, he believes he could show the Unted States Supreme Court, that that indictment is in violation of the United States Constition.

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