Julian Assange 'Should NOT Be Charged With Revealing State Secrets Because 250,000 WikiLeaks Files Were Already Available Online After Guardian Journalist Published The Password In His Book', Court Hears | WHAT REALLY HAPPENED

Julian Assange 'Should NOT Be Charged With Revealing State Secrets Because 250,000 WikiLeaks Files Were Already Available Online After Guardian Journalist Published The Password In His Book', Court Hears

The US government is wrong to charge WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange with publishing unredacted classified documents because they had already appeared online, a court has heard.

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