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Former NYT Vice Chair: Julian Assange Case "Extraordinarily Dangerous" to Press Freedom

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JAMES GOODALE, former executive vice president, vice chairman, and general counsel of The New York Times is best known for leading the NYT to victory in the famous free-press-threatening Pentagon Papers case. In his book, “Fighting for the Press”, he warned about the danger of the government bringing a similar case against Julian Assange of Wikileaks. Today the government has done just that... Full interview available for patrons, https://www.patreon.com/Orf Ethereum Wallet: 0xfc90a42D957b38BAEd12f3614Cbbeb259DAa1b27 Bitcoin Wallet: bc1q790393uytug432dyens6c2samyn7dgwa79g69u Bitcoin Cash Wallet:qzdc4ewpkdj84n37kkkpwq4vm3htnkm6pgd4h8hvs2 Matt Orfalea https://twitter.com/0rf https://medium.com/@0rf https://facebook.com/MattOrfVids Help us caption & translate this video! https://amara.org/v/C2Twq/

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