Hello, Good Evening and Welcome to My Country House Prison: Assange Makes His Talk Show Debut
Taylor, Jerome, The Independent (London, England)
Deferential interview with Hezbollah leader marks WikiLeaks founder's first Russia Today appearance
If you can't beat them, join them. Julian Assange has long complained that mainstream media organisations and international broadcasters have given him a hard time. The WikiLeaks founder portrays himself as a crusader for truth, yet is notoriously touchy when it comes to answering difficult questions about his own organisations. But that hasn't put him off reinventing himself as a talk-show host, the results of which were finally revealed yesterday.
Despite being under house arrest for nearly 500 days, the Australian-born transparency campaigner has struck a deal …
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