In a world where information is the hard currency of power, those who attempt the Promethean task of informing common citizens of the real machinations of governments and political leaders risk becoming pariahs of the countries that control the flow of information. They tend to be the very same countries presenting themselves as bastions of democracy while paying lip service to freedom of expression. We spoke to Julian Assange’s solicitor, Jennifer Robinson, and to the former Consul at the Ecuadorian Embassy in London, Fidel Narváez, about the origins of Wikileaks and the convoluted and prolonged legal case against its founder. With Juan Toledo and Andre López Turner.
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