The Julian Assange Show, Starring Occupy Wall Street

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The Julian Assange Show, Starring Occupy Wall Street

The Julian Assange Show, Starring Occupy Wall Street
Thu, 5/31/2012
This article originally appeared on RT

Though under house arrest and about to be extradited to Sweden, Julian Assange is still producing his show for RT, "The World Tomorrow," the most recent episode of which he dedicated to the Occupy Movement. Shot in the old Deutsche Bank building in London, which is controlled by friends of Occupy, Julian enlists guests Marisa Holmes, Alexa O'Brien and David Graeber from Occupy Wall Street, and Aaron Peters and Naomi Colvin from Occupy London, to parse the future of Occupy.

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