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Witness Rejects Prosecutor's Assertion That Assange Had 'Cavalier Attitude' to Protecting Informants

Julian Assange and Iraq Body Count sought to minimise harm to US government sources through a process which was "painstakingly approached by" the death toll monitoring group, "Julian Assange and his Wikileaks colleagues", Professor Sloboda told the Old Bailey.

Sputnik, September 17th 2020

Professor John Sloboda on Thursday categorically rejected assertions made by the prosecution that Julian Assange had a "cavalier attitude" towards the well-being of US government informants when publishing the Iraq War Logs.

The professor founded the well-known organisation Iraq Body Count and worked extensively with WikiLeaks to review the documents as well as help redact them before they were published.

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