Og om whistle-blowers. Det er ikke hele debatten, arrangørerne har uploadet på YouTube, men mere dukker muligvis op:
Douglas Murray speech, New Statesman/Frontline Club debate
Douglas Murray, author and political commentator, speaks at the New Statesman/Frontline Club debate on the motion: “This house believes whistle-blowers make the world a safer place.” With Julian Assange’s point-of-information interjection. Speakers for the proposition were Julian Assange, editor in chief of WikiLeaks; Mehdi Hasan, senior editor (politics) of the New Statesman; Clayton Swisher, head of al-Jazeera’s transparency unit. Speakers for the opposition were: David Richmond, former director for British defence and intelligence, member of the Foreign and Commonwealth Office board; Bob Ayers, former director of the US department of defence, information systems and security programme; Douglas Murray. The event took place on 9 April 2011, Kensington Town Hall, London. This footage was filmed exclusively for the New Statesman. Video direction: Michael Taylor, Big Face Art.
Opdatering 6. oktober 2011 – hele debatten er dukket op på YouTube:
Frontline Club/New Statesman – Debate on Whistleblowing and WikiLeaks
Frontline Club and New Statesman debating the motion “This house believes whistleblowers make the world a safer place.”
Event was held at Kensington Town Hall, 9 April 2011.
Julian Assange, editor-in-chief of WikiLeaks
Clayton Swisher, head of Al-Jazeera’s Transparency Unit
Mehdi Hasan, senior political editor, New Statesman
Sir David Richmond, former director, defence and intelligence, British Foreign & Commonwealth Office
Bob Ayers, former director of the US Department of Defence Information Systems Security Programme
Douglas Murray, author and political commentator
Also participating: former MI5 whistleblower Annie Machon and HBOS whistleblower Paul Moore.