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Topic - Andrew O'Hagan
Jimmy Savile was one of Britain's biggest stars _ and, allegedly, one of its worst sexual predators. Now the nation is asking whether there was a link between one and the other.
WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange lashed out at a British publisher for releasing drafts of a long-awaited memoir without his approval Thursday, saying he did not author the book or get the opportunity to check it.
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"The public made Jimmy Savile. It loved him. It knighted him," argued writer Andrew O'Hagan in the London Review of Books.
Instead, it was handed over by O'Hagan's researcher "for viewing purposes only" and was never intended for publication, he said.