(CNN) - WikiLeaks, a whistle-blower website, posted on the group's
Twitter page on Tuesday: "WikiLeaks to release CIA paper tomorrow."
The website set off a firestorm of controversy recently when it posted
some 76,000 U.S. documents related to the war in Afghanistan. The group has
said it has another 15,000 documents, which it plans to release soon.
It was not immediately clear whether the Twitter post on Tuesday is
related to the batch of documents that WikiLeaks has called the "Afghan War
Founder and editor of the website, Julian Assange, was arrested in
absentia last week in Sweden on charges of rape. The warrant was revoked less
than a day later by Chief Prosecutor Eva Finne.
Separately on Tuesday, the attorney for the alleged victims told CNN
rumors that the Pentagon or CIA was somehow involved in the sex crime
accusations against Assange are "complete nonsense."
Yes, I hope the papers further expose the low level to which our military has gone to try to run this country in the ground with their constantly being at war. They have to be self perpetuating to keep going regardless of the contempt that I and many others hold them in!
Put a cork in it ....
This crossed far over the line of responsible journalism long ago. It is reckless with the lives of too many Americans and friendly Afghani's.
I guess if Assange's own life would be put in the danger he has chosen to place in the lives of our military servicemen he would think twice about what his responsibility to the terrorists is.
Go WikiLeaks, go! The more we know the better off we are
When you want publicity you can hire an add agency and pay a lot of money and gat little result, or you can hire a hooker to frame yourself and get million$ in publicity for free.
I don't believe that Assange is a rapist. I don't believe that at all.
If you want to call somebody who releases secret information during a time of war a traitor, I'll agree with you.
"whistle-blower?" That's someone who alerts the public about some sort of wrong-doing that only an inside person would know. WikiLeaks isn't warning anyone of danger, they're exposing agents and Afghans who are helping our agents to stop terrorists in their country. This is more like betraying our agents and endangering Afghan patriots and their families.
Assange is pond-scum, not amusing.
Anything about the conduct of war is a matter of national security. Why is wikileaks engaging in actions that expose our national security? Is it difficult for the federal government to take action against wikileaks? I don't understand.