OPINION

DOJ should indict Julian Assange

Because the injuries to the U.S. from the WikiLeaks disclosures include threats to our national security, he should be prosecuted under the Espionage Act.

, The National Law Journal

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Because the injuries to the U.S. from the WikiLeaks disclosures include threats to our national security, he should be prosecuted under the Espionage Act.

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  • ECB

    No Janes publisher or editor was ever charged with a crime for publishing the photos that Morison sent to them, and no one at the Washington Post was ever charged, either. How does that differ from Wikileaks? The comparable person to Morison is Bradley Maning, and it is my understanding that he is already being tortured far worse than Morison ever was.

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