WikiLeaks will continue to expose secrets despite gov. persecution

WikiLeaks has grown stronger over the last two years despite attempts by the US government to build a legal case against the organization and founder Julian Assange, according to WikiLeaks…

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  1. WikiLeaks has grown stronger over the last two years despite attempts by
    the US government to build a legal case against the organization and
    founder Julian Assange, according to WikiLeaks spokesperson Kristinn
    Hrafnsson. By building its database of leaked documents and entering into
    agreements with 130 media outlets, the organization says it continues
    growing while also promoting its agenda of open access to information. RT’s
    Manila Chan spoke with Hrafnsson about the growth of WikiLeaks, Assange’s
    continued persecution and the effects of Edward Snowden.

  2. It amazes me that Wikileaks can only acquire dirt on Western governments,
    especially the United States. I suppose this is because countries like
    China and Russia are without fault, right?

    Or maybe it’s because Assange knows, the instant he exposes anything
    against the latter two nations, even hiding inside an embassy won’t save
    him from a polonium-induced demise.

    But hey this guy is a creep who has to wait until women are asleep before
    he can force himself on them; what more should we expect?

  3. good to know. when a government behaves in a criminal and corrupt manner,
    someone needs to blow the whistle.

  4. Too bad wikileaks will only focus on the west, while completely turning a
    blind eye to the east. But hey, all that matters is the west, right? Its
    not like Russia has secrets worthy of exposing or anything.

  5. WikiLeaks has grown stronger over the last two years despite attempts by
    the US government to build a legal case against the organization and
    founder Julian Assange, according to WikiLeaks spokesperson Kristinn
    Hrafnsson. By building its database of leaked documents and entering into
    agreements with 130 media outlets, the organization says it continues
    growing while also promoting its agenda of open access to information. RT’s
    Manila Chan spoke with Hrafnsson about the growth of WikiLeaks, Assange’s
    continued persecution and the effects of Edward Snowden.

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