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‘They Should Be In Jail’: How The Guardian and New York Times ‘Set Up’ Julian Assange | by Kit Klarenberg | Medium

Simultaneously, Assange himself was also growing increasingly anxious, in his case about the identities of informants and other individuals featured in the logs being revealed — no effort had been made by Guardian journalists to remove a single one, and despite repeated requests he wasn’t provided with staff or technical support to redact them. As a result, the WikiLeaks chief took up the “moral responsibility” for the files — his requests for publication to be delayed in order to give him enough time to adequately “cleanse” the documents were ignored, so he was compelled to “literally work all night” to redact around 10,000 names, Davis said.

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Source: ‘They Should Be In Jail’: How The Guardian and New York Times ‘Set Up’ Julian Assange | by Kit Klarenberg | Medium