DisreGuardian: UK press hunts Assange after printing cash

Wikileaks founder, Julian Assange may be in a legal fight against being sent to Sweden over sexual assault accusations, but he is also set for another UK court battle. He is threatening to bring a libel action against the Guardian newspaper, which helped release American war logs and secret diplomatic cables obtained by Wikileaks. Assange is understood to be angry at claims in a book the newspaper published about the whistle-blowing website. The book says Assange believed that informants mentioned in leaked war documents would deserve it, if they were killed as a result of the leaks. And as Laura Emmet has found out, this is not the only thing the Guardian has done to cause cracks in their relationship with Assange.