December 13, 2011 · 0 Comments
A multipart interview with WikiLeaks Editor Julian Assange focusing on his experience collaborating with the New York Times. Produced for NYT eXaminer (NYTX).
In part six of our interview Julian talks about both the New York Times and the Guardian’s treatment of Private Bradley E. Manning, who is accused of being the source of WikiLeaks’ “Collateral Murder Video,” the Afghan and Iraq “War Logs,” and also “Cablegate.” (See NYTX Editor Chris Spannos’ December 16 commentary about Adrian Lamo, who is the source for chat logs used to “incriminate” Manning, and who was formerly arrested for hacking into the Times.)
Video length: 4 min. 31 sec.
NYTX Editor Chris Spannos interviewed Julian Assange on September 26, 2011. Interview segments have been released through the months of October, November, and December.
More information about topics referenced in this interview can be found below:
- The Times’ online biography of Private Manning
About this series:
Within the entirety of this interview Julian talks about partnering with the Times to release the Afghan and Iraq War Logs, the Times treatment of Cablegate, Bradley Manning, the Pentagon Papers, WikiLeaks, and much more. The complete interview ran approximately 90 minutes.
NYTX has been publishing this series over the months of October, November, December, and January 2012.
View other parts of this series:
See part one of our interview with Julian Assange here:
See part two here:
Part three here:
NYT eXaminer: nytexaminer.com