Saturday, July 28, 2012


He challenged the guns of his time, one seething with plots, where the disconnect between citizens' desires and state actions became total -- corporatism, militarism, media infiltration, the destruction of all things Public. And the guns became trained on him.

Julian Assange's story, perhaps the most fetid corpse in Obama's ever-expanding charnel house, is the place where U.S. establishment television won't go. This week, Four Corners -- an Australian Broadcasting Corporation news show -- went there.

Mike Head with the background on a courageous 46 minutes.