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He said he and the agent Caroline Michel had suggested me for the job and that Assange wanted to meet me.Kennedy when he wrote , a book for which the future president won the Pulitzer Prize? There would be a touch of all this in the strange case of Assange. Isn’t the World Wide Web a new ether, in which we are all haunted by ghostwriters?But there is something else about the genre, a sense that the world might be more ghosted now than at any time in history. I had written about missing persons and celebrity, about secrecy and conflict, and I knew from the start that this story might be an insider’s job.He would sign in at Beccles police station every afternoon, proving he hadn’t done a runner in the night.
Assange and his associates kept hackers’ hours: up all night and asleep half the day, one of the little bits of chaos that would come to characterise the circus I was about to enter.
‘Are you ready to have your phone tapped by the CIA? He said Julian insisted the book would have to be written on a laptop that had no internet access.