The most effective way for the paper to help end the publisher’s persecution is to publicly acknowledge the many bogus stories they published about him and correct the record.
Tag: Luke Harding
Craig Murray: The Power of Lies
The press has been neither humiliated nor found out because most of the country still believes the lies they were told and have not seen corrected.
JOHN PILGER: Justice for Assange Is Justice for All
In the land of Magna Carta this disgraceful case ought to have been hurled out of court long ago.
RUSSIAGATE: Luke Harding’s Hard Sell
The only interests this leak serves — if it was a leak — are those of Harding and U.S. intelligence, who were hung out to dry by the collapse of the Russiagate narrative, writes Joe Lauria.
John Pilger: Eyewitness to the Agony of Julian Assange
Journalist and filmmaker John Pilger has watched Julian Assange’s extradition trial from the public gallery at London’s Old Bailey. He spoke with Timothy Erik Ström of Arena magazine, Australia.
The Guardian’s Deceit-Riddled New Statement Betrays Both Assange & Journalism
Here is the real story, the one the paper dare not tell, writes Jonathan Cook.
ASSANGE EXTRADITION: US Using The Guardian to Justify Jailing Assange for Life as the Paper Remains Silent
Much of the furor now surrounding Assange in the courtroom stems from a Guardian staffer’s obscured role in sabotaging WikiLeaks’ efforts to conceal names in leaked documents, writes Jonathan Cook.
JOHN PILGER: Assange Arrest a Warning from History
Real journalism is being criminalized by thugs in plain sight, says John Pilger. Dissent has become an indulgence. And the British elite has abandoned its last imperial myth: that of fairness and justice.
BuzzFeed Writer Fails Again
Chalk up another failure for a rabid media desperately trying to prove the Russia-gate story, this time a piece by a reporter with a history of failure, as Joe Lauria reports.
The Guardian/Politico Psyop Against WikiLeaks
The claims made by Luke Harding and The Guardian that Assange met Manafort will never be proven true, and they know it. And we should never let them forget it, says Caitlin Johnstone.