Published on Jun 19, 2014. WikiLeaks has grown stronger over the last two years despite attempts by the US government to build a legal case against the organization and founder Julian Assange, according to WikiLeaks spokesperson Kristinn Hrafnsson. By building its database of leaked documents and entering into agreements with 130 media outlets, the organization says it continues growing while also promoting its agenda of open access to information. RT’s Manila Chan spoke with Hrafnsson about the growth of WikiLeaks, Assange’s continued persecution and the effects of Edward Snowden.
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