What I have learned so far:
— the prosecutor in delivering his opening statements openly stated that he was addressing the media;
— many of the journalists left the courtroom after the prosecution set out its case and did not stay to hear the defence;
— information that has been public knowledge for ten years (published, in the public domain) that Wikileaks and Assange personally went to great lengths to remove sensitive names and sources from their files before they were released to the public means nothing to those in power: they still have the audacity to accuse Assange of not redacting key information and names;
— that the U.S. is allowed to target an Australian for exposing war crimes and the Australian government will not object.
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