Which news agency was actually the fastest reporting that Julian Assange got arrested? Was it CNN, BBC, Washington Post, Reuters, TASS or the New York Times?
Here we really check in which order the news first got reported from all the major news agencies. The story is about the Julian Assange arrest April 11th 2019.
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SKY NEWS WAS THE FIRST REPORTING IT - NOT BBC !
BBC AT SECOND PLACE !
AND NEW YORK TIMES AT THIRD PLACE !
Well, CNN reported the news after some time, but missed to put it in their world news feed, but they bought some good footage from another vendor, to show on their website.
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This developing news story continues, and now Reuters are hooking in on the story, with all it's resources..
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This we picked up later during the same day.
The United States prosecution against Julian Assange [WE GOT ORIGINAL DOCUMENT]
President Donald Trumps said in the 2016 political rally for President:
Wikileaks? -I love wikileaks..!
And finally on this page : The television show Saturday Night Live made fun of Assange.
“Here’s how crazy I am !!!
I am wanted in the United States and Sweden.
I am from Australia.
But I live in London, in Ecuador.”
“You try figuring that one out.”