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Hollywood, Journalism stories and Vanunu Mordechai WhistleBlower update

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Hollywood, Journalism stories and Vanunu Mordechai WhistleBlower update

The Washington Post Global opinion piece announced “Hollywood loves triumphant journalism stories. This isn’t one” vis-a-vis Jamal Khashoggi. That oped inspired this update regarding Israel’s nuclear whistle blower Mordechai Vanunu vis-a-vis Hollywood. By Eileen Fleming David Von Drehle began The Washington Post Global Opinion piece stating “Hollywood loves heroic journalists” then contended, “The case of Khashoggi should…

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The New York Times, Vanunu Mordechai and the embattled state of journalism

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The New York Times, Vanunu Mordechai and the embattled state of journalism

On Saturday The New York Times published “Julian Assange and the Woeful State of Whistle-Blowers” by Edward Wasserman and a comment by this reporter regarding Mordechai Vanunu and the embattled state of journalism. By Eileen Fleming Dr. Edward Wasserman is the dean of the Graduate School of Journalism at the University of California, Berkeley. Dr….

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Mordechai Vanunu Could Be Free for Christmas

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Mordechai Vanunu Could Be Free for Christmas

Mordechai Vanunu Israeli Nuclear Whistle Blower announced at Twitter on Tuesday that his July 4th indictment will continue on 22 December:     Read More about Mordechai Vanunu’s July 4 indictment at 30 Years a Hostage In my 6th book, Heroes, Muses and the Saga of Mordechai Vanunu, I wrote: In my third book, I…

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