“Nearly all men can stand adversity, but if you want to test a man’s character, give him power.” Abraham Lincoln

Judge Andrew Napolitano On Wikileaks.

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I was astonished to see Judge Andrew Napolitano discuss the issues around Wikileaks and Assange, and actually defend him.

Amazing**, but I am not sure that will please his employers, Fox News, but as Napolitano argues there is little “due process” in the attacks on Wikileaks.

Watch the video here and listen to the arguments.

**I think it is fair to say that Judge Andrew Napolitano is to the right of the political spectrum and, unlike many other conservatives, seems genuinely troubled by how the American State has attacked Wikileaks financially, tried to intimate them and probably assisted in the launching of cyberattacks on the Wikileaks site.

(H/T: Andrew Murphy).

Update 1: Is it news worthy or not? If so, he can’t be prosecuted, according to this clip:

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  1. Ron Paul has been good on this as well, to his credit

    Andrew Murphy

    10/12/2010 at 03:14

  2. ahh Andrew 🙂

    I have enough with Fox News don’t get me started on Ron Paul. I draw the line with him.

    Ron Paul website defends neo-Nazi Ernst Zundel

    Ron Paul website promotes “Israel did 9/11” libel

    Ron Paul Chief Aide: Rothschilds killed JFK


    10/12/2010 at 03:21

  3. As they say, even a stopped clock can be right twice a day

    Andrew Murphy

    10/12/2010 at 03:32

  4. Another conservative good on Wikileaks, a columnist for the right wing Orange County Register

    Andrew Murphy

    10/12/2010 at 19:37

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