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Ignore The Reviews: Why 'The Fifth Estate' Is Important

Chris Jancelewicz | Posted 11.07.2013 | Canada
Chris Jancelewicz

Critics haven't been very kind to the Wikileaks/Julian Assange movie The Fifth Estate thus far. But ignoring the way the movie addresses the issue, and instead focusing on its message, might be the best way to look at it.

Julian Assange may Be Unlikable, but He's No Criminal

Peter Worthington | Posted 02.27.2012 | Canada Politics
Peter Worthington

Much of what Wikileaks has "revealed" is in the public's interest -- a network that relies on whistle-blowers. It is all mindful of Daniel Ellsberg, the former U.S. military analyst who released the Pentagon Papers in 1971 and was variously regarded as both a traitor and a folk hero. So it is with Assange. Sort of.