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“Rape smear” statistics

Originally posted on the Objectiviser blog 17th July 2012. The case of Mr Assange gets increasingly curious. On 15th July the @Wikileaks twitter feed posted this tweet: Despite not even being charged, Assange is the most rape-smeared man in modern … Continue reading

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House arrest or Curfew? The debate finally settled

Wikileaks have consistently claimed that Julian Assange is under house arrest. Everyone else has claimed he was out on bail with a curfew and an electronic tag. Using Assange’s own method (see here and here) of measuring these things, we … Continue reading

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Analysis of “IA INVESTIGATION: Interpol and Julian Assange’s red notice”

This old article has now been re-sighted in the wild, and we expect it to circulate again – despite the comments from Goran Rudlin on the article itself, debunking it thoroughly. This is the article which inspired the old “AmIObjective” … Continue reading

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My position on Wikileaks (detailed and subjective)

Originally posted on the Objectiviser blog 29th August 2012.  Republished here. This post is by no means objective, because moral positions are (by definition) subjective and I also describe my own feelings.  However, since I comment a lot and try … Continue reading

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Difficulties in remaining objective – Part II

Originally posted on the Objectiviser blog and reposted here. A while ago I made a post which was part in jest but with a serious point about the quality of information on the Twitter #assange tag. Since then, I have … Continue reading

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