Scott talks to Dave DeCamp about a new audio recording of Julian Assange released by Project Veritas, which proves Assange’s contention that he tried to warn the State Department before the famous leak of the state department cables in 2010. For years, government officials have claimed that Assange and Chelsea Manning endangered the lives of American agents by recklessly releasing these confidential documents. In reality, Assange and his team worked around the clock to redact personal information before they released the cables, and it was British journalist Luke Harding who first enabled the release of the unredacted version. Even so, not a single American death has been connected to the information leaked by Manning and published by Assange.
Discussed on the show:
- “Trump expected to issue wave of pre-Christmas pardons today” (Axios)
- “Baghdad War Diary” (WikiLeaks)
- “Kabul War Diary” (WikiLeaks)
- “State Department Cables” (WikiLeaks)
- “Project Veritas Releases Audio of Assange Warning U.S. Government of Damaging Leak of Classified Information” (Project Veritas)
- “Risk (2016)” (IMDb)
- Collusion: Secret Meetings, Dirty Money, and How Russia Helped Donald Trump Win
- “Glenn Greenwald says Trump should use his pardon power to end ‘abusive prosecution’ of Julian Assange” (Fox News)
- “Recording Proves Assange Warned State Department Ahead of Cable Dump” (Antiwar.com)
- “IAEA Chief: New Agreement Needed to Revive Iran Deal” (Antiwar.com)
- “Our Work with the DNC: Setting the record straight” (CrowdStrike)
Dave DeCamp is the assistant news editor of Antiwar.com, follow him on Twitter @decampdave.
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