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  • "I think they provided a very valuable service," Mr. Ellsberg said. "To call them terrorists is not only mistaken, it's absurd."

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  • "We hope this recording will shed light on one of the most secret court trials in recent history, in which the government is putting on trial a concerned government employee whose only stated goal was to bring attention to what he viewed as serious governmental misconduct and criminal activity," Mr. Ellsberg said in a statement on the group's website.

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