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Julian Assange likely won’t face US charges for publishing leaks, reports Washington Post

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Nov
2013

The Justice Department will likely choose not to bring charges against Julian Assange for publishing the troves of classified documents leaked to him by Chelsea Manning, reports The Washington Post. Anonymous US officials tell the Post that the decision isnt final, but that its looking unlikely that charges will be made unless Assange were implicated in some additional crime. If you are not going to prosecute journalists for publishing classified information, which the department is not, then there is no way to prosecute Assange, Matthew Miller, a former Justice Department spokesman, tells the Post. WikiLeaks remains skeptical

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