NBC Evening News for Tuesday, Nov 30, 2010
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(Washington: Lisa Myers) A look at WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange presented; details given about his clandestine operations, the sex charges against him and his plan to dump documents related to Bank of America. [Via Skype with “TIME” managing editor Rick Stengel, ASSANGE – says Secretary of State Hillary Clinton should resign if she ordered diplomats to engage in espionage.] [STENGEL, “Forbes” Andy GREENBERG- comment on Assange.]
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