Sex, Lies and Julian Assange (documentary)

October 6, 2012

Julian Assange and Wikileaks continue to be popular topics for the media, although  most of the media coverage is either biased or superficial. Sex, Lies and Julian Assange, reported by Andrew Fowler and presented by Kerry O’Brien, is an exception to this trend. In the brief space of 43 minutes, the investigative documentary revisits the advent of Wikileaks and the controversy surrounding its editor-in-chief, Julian Assange. Through well-selected interviews and detailed research, especially on the sexual offence allegations in Sweden, the documentary presents the story of Wikileaks and Julian Assange in a remarkably clear, unbiased way. It states what the mainstream media neglect to say and nicely explains why Julian’s flight to the Ecuadorian Embassy was both comprehensible and justified. 

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