As Italian investigative journalist, Stefania Maurizi, started a multi-jurisdictional FOIA litigation she experienced a true Odyssey. Three years later, the litigation is still ongoing. What do the UK, Swedish, US and Australian governments have to hide on Julian Assange and Wikileaks?
Stefania Maurizi, la Repubblica
Footage shot on 19 October 2018 at The Centre for Investigative Journalism's Logan Symposium: Conspiracy at Goldsmiths, University of London.
Edited by Strange Day Films.
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