Still_Classified/Prospective employees all over the US are being warned not to access the Wikileaks website or it will jeopardize their chances of getting a job with the Federal Government.State Department employees are also being told not to access the Wikileaks website from work or at home and the site, itself has been blocked at the the Department of State.…
Just two years ago, WikiLeaks dominated the news.
Now that massive treasure trove of information about how the federal government really works has been relegated to the dustbin.
Not so fast!
Reading the WikiLeaks docs is like reading the operating manual of a vast criminal enterprise.
Lying, cheating, stealing, fraud: Just another day at the office for US government officials.
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unpublished U.S. diplomatic cables, some of which are still classified.
"We will have released over 100,000 US embassy cables from around the world by the end of today," said a message on WikiLeaks' Twitter feed. The Twitter page is believed to be controlled by Julian Assange, WikiLeaks' controversial Australian-born founder and chief.
The cables which the website said it is dumping onto the public record appear to be from a cache of more than 250,000 State Department reports leaked to the group. WikiLeaks began releasing the cables in smaller batches late last year, but until now had made them public in piecemeal fashion.
Several news organizations around the world, including Reuters, have had complete sets of the cables for months. But for the most part, media outlets have only cited or published cables when publishing specific news or investigative stories based on them.
By late afternoon Thursday, the WikiLeaks website said it had published 97,115 of the 251,287 cables it possesses. It did not specify its motives for releasing such a large amount of material at once.
A person in contact with Assange's inner circle told Reuters the rationale behind the mass release of documents was dismay among WikiLeaks activists that media organizations had lost interest in publishing stories based on the material.
The source described Assange and his associates as "frustrated" at the lack of media interest.
INFORMATION ON ASSANGE
The document release began hours after WikiLeaks revealed on Twitter that Dynadot, a California Internet registrar which had hosted WikiLeaks, had received an order, generated by federal prosecutors in Alexandria, Virginia, requiring it to produce "information on Julian Assange."
WikiLeaks said Dynadot had complied with the order.
ry evidence of US war crimes.
Until WikiLeaks came along, these crimes and other crimes were being actively covered up.
The US government - that is the crooks currently in power - consider him a criminal and would like to get their hands on him.
For the time being, he's living in the Embassy of Ecuador in London.
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If you have a choice between watching the new Hollywood version and this one...
Watch this one instead.
"When exposing a crime is treated as committing a crime, you are ruled by criminals." -Anonymous
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