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What charges against Julian Assange mean for journalists

Clip: 04/12/2019 | 9m 16s

The arrest of Julian Assange renewed attention on the long-running U.S. attempt to prosecute the controversial WikiLeaks founder. Amna Nawaz talks to Jesselyn Radack of the whistleblower and source protection group ExposeFacts, former federal prosecutor Amy Jeffress and Jamil Jaffer, former senior counsel for the House Intelligence Committee, about the specific computer fraud charge Assange faces.

Aired: 04/12/19

Rating: NR

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