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Someone takes a leak on Wikileaks!
December 20, 2010
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The Leakers don't think being leaked on is fair! 🙄

Talk about the pot calling the kettle black. 🙄

This gets better than the king of Diamond heists, complaining he got his pocket picked! Laugh Laugh

Assange’s lawyer wants investigation of leaks (about Assange)
By Michael Calderone
Buzz up!1 vote ShareretweetEmailPrintBy Michael Calderone michael Calderone – Mon Dec 20, 11:01 am ET

WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange is a big believer in leaks as a way to shed light on corruption, backroom diplomatic deals and war. But his lawyers aren't happy to see information now being leaked about Assange.

The Guardian published new details Friday night about the rape and sexual assault claims made in Sweden against Assange, who still has not actually been charged with crime. The New York Times — which, like the Guardian, recently published diplomatic cables from WikiLeaks cache — followed up Saturday with a story based on a redacted version of the leaked Swedish police report.

Bjorn Hurtig, the attorney representing Assange in Sweden, now wants authorities to investigate how the police report got leaked, according to The Australian newspaper.

"I do not like the idea that Julian may be forced into a trial in the media," Hurtig said. "And I feel especially concerned that he will be presented with the evidence in his own language for the first time when reading the newspaper. I do not know who has given these documents to the media, but the purpose can only be one thing — trying to make Julian look bad."

A Guardian spokesman defended the paper's coverage of the allegations against Assange. "Julian is not a confidential source," he said. "The argument that the papers involved with the WikiLeaks cables should not report criticism of him is one all journalists would find ridiculous."

(Photo of Assange speaking to the media Thursday after being released on bail: AP/Lefteris Pitarakis)

December 21, 2010
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The sweet, sweet irony.

Every one who is seriously involved in the pursuit of science becomes convinced that a spirit is manifest in the laws of the Universe-a spirit vastly superior to that of man. - Albert Einstein

December 21, 2010
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Payback with freedom of the press is a $%tch! Laugh

December 21, 2010
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Another artical today Assange complains about the leaks done upon him, but I can not imagine anyone putting a leak about his legal problems anywhere in a league of his leaking Government Documents. One involves act that could trigger wars, the other is no more than tabloid gossup.

December 22, 2010
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For one they never used the word Leaks..This is a typical media responce to get egg heads talking ..

Guess its working,thats what the US wants to work up a smoke screen in the public eye and take this innocent guy out...This is how led the US is by it's media.
The US media is affraid to tell the truth,It is a hand fed organisation and if thats what you like eating greeny then youll be in the dark for the rest of your life..Keep supporting corruption and silence and sleep well at someone elses expense..

This whole thing about sexual charges is bs and simply put a smear campaign..
Julian has not broken any laws...
BTW what is a freedom of information act ?
i know John does a well and good service here which i support fully,i though you were all for hidden secrets ?

December 22, 2010
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im gonna laugh if you say anything along the lines of Assange could have started wars with his documentation ?| Laugh

prove it 😎

December 22, 2010
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Assange revealed that Saudi Arabia requested attacks upon Iran. That's enough to start a war, but cool heads prevailed. Saudi Arabia says it's bs, and Iran wouldn't dare mess with them. So no reaction.

But it could have caused all kinds of problems.

Every one who is seriously involved in the pursuit of science becomes convinced that a spirit is manifest in the laws of the Universe-a spirit vastly superior to that of man. - Albert Einstein

December 22, 2010
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I doubt that what you call cool heads are actually that at all...
I think that what may force a war is if you think you can win,not because he said she said .
Saudi Arabia ? you seriously trust them ?

The US and all it's humanity

http://www.huffingtonpost.com/.....97276.html

this is the way AMERICA treats alledged prisoners...like animals ...and in this day and age.. 🙄

December 22, 2010
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Exactly Frrostedman! Thank You!

Chiselray, you can catch up on all the arguments of the last few weeks by reading all the various posts. There are several of them, I don't care to repeat them all over again. If I'm in the dark so are 68% polled who said Assange caused considerable damage to the public leaking the Docs, and 58% think he should be prosocuted.

BTW what is a freedom of information act ?
i know John does a well and good service here which i support fully,i though you were all for hidden secrets ?

What I will repeat is something I said not long ago. John has obtained Documents with the FOIA since he was 14 years old. With hard work, tenacity, and a lot of frustration, many have taken years to get. He has also suceeded in have many reclassified so they could be made available. Every single last one of them was done legally using our legal system, our Constitutional rights, and the Freedom of Information Act. Every single last one of them he has in filing cabinets along with every request and appeal, AND THE LEGAL RELEASES FOR EVERY ONE. John was plenty smart enough to have put his computer skills twards being a Hacker, or reaking havoc with computer viruses, like so many punks that love to have fun wiping out your hard drives. John took his skills and built a world class website, and write thousands of letters, and FOIA requests, and use our legal system they way it was intended. John did not steal or hack anything, break into government computers, or conspire with a PFC inb Saudi Arabia to commit Espionage.

So do not even suggest your Austrailian Scumbag Assange is even close to anything resembling the Freedom of Information Act.

December 22, 2010
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"frrostedman" wrote: Assange revealed that Saudi Arabia requested attacks upon Iran. That's enough to start a war, but cool heads prevailed. Saudi Arabia says it's bs, and Iran wouldn't dare mess with them. So no reaction.

But it could have caused all kinds of problems.

So, let get get this straight ... The US is responsible for making the documents that Assange put on the web ... Saudi Arabia "says it's bs", yet Assange is the one that would have been responsible if it had "caused all kinds of trouble"???

Wow ... that's a really screwed up way of looking at things. If the documents that Assange is publishing are so damning to the US, then why the hell did the US make them in the first place???

Here's an idea ... if the US doesn't want the world to see the corruption/manipulation/illegal activities it carries out (through it's various alphabet agencies, CIA, etc.), then it needs to either have them (the documents) in a safer security environment, or stop doing them altogether. If they weren't so corrupt in the first place, then they wouldn't have anything to worry about.

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