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Free speech advocates sound off on new Assange charges


Wikileaks Founder, Julian Assange, is facing 17 new charges for obtaining and publishing classified material. Contributing editor of “The American Interest” and author of “Necessary Secrets”, Gabriel Schoenfeld, joins Ali Velshi to discuss why First Amendment advocates are calling the new charges a threat to journalism.