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WikiLeaks Tells Reporters 140 Things Not to Say About Julian Assange

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WikiLeaks Tells Reporters 140 Things Not to Say About Julian Assange

WikiLeaks Tells Reporters 140 Things Not to Say About Julian Assange

According to Reuters, WikiLeaks on Sunday advised journalists not to report 140 different “false and defamatory” statements about its founder Julian Assange, who has been holed up in the Ecuadorean embassy in London since June 2012.

It was not immediately clear what prompted the advice to media organizations, but WikiLeaks singled out Britain’s Guardian newspaper for publishing what it said was a false report about Assange.

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