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The Guardian view on prosecuting WikiLeaks: don’t do it | Editorial

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Posted 21 April 2017, 1.39pm edt

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The freedom to embarrass the powerful, even in a bad cause, is vital to journalism and to a free society“I love WikiLeaks,” President Donald Trump last year told an adoring crowd on the campaign trail. At around the same time, one of his supporte...


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