CAFE Insider Sample 04/15: “Spying” and Lying

Show Notes

 

In this clip from the CAFE Insider podcast, Preet and Anne discuss Wikileaks founder Julian Assange’s indictment.

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REFERENCES & SUPPLEMENTAL MATERIALS:

JULIAN ASSANGE’S INDICTMENT & PRESS FREEDOMS

  • Julian Assange’s indictment filed by the Eastern District of Virginia
  • “Assange: A Self-Proclaimed Foe of Secrecy Who Inspires Both Admiration and Fury,” NYT, 4/11/19
  • “Julian Assange has been charged, prosecutors reveal inadvertently in court filing,” Washington Post, 11/15/18
  • “Press Freedoms and the Case Against Julian Assange, Explained,” NYT, 4/11/19
  • “Q: Could U.S. Prosecute Reporters For Classified Scoops? A: Maybe,” NPR, 3/22/17
  • “How Julian Assange and Chelsea Manning became intertwined,” ABCNews, 4/12/19
  • “Everything You Need to Know About Wikileaks,” MIT Technology Review, 12/9/10
  • “Julian Assange, A Man Without A Country,” New Yorker, 8/14/17
  • “Julian Assange’s arrest could end as a test for press freedom,” CNN, 4/11/19
  • “Trump on WikiLeaks after Assange arrest: ‘It’s not my thing,’” The Hill, 4/11/19
  • Christina Wilkie’s tweet documenting Trump’s inconsistent love of Wikileaks
  • “Behind the Race to Publish the Top-Secret Pentagon Papers,” NYT, 12/20/17
  • “What Would Daniel Ellsberg Do With the Pentagon Papers Today?,” NYT, 4/18/10
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