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Originally posted by TheFinalTruth14
This story makes me think Mr. Julian Assange has been manipulated or straight up jumped fence. Something just isn't right about it. Has WikiLeaks had any statement on this?
I also think this gives the US even more reason to be over there, because NOW they have to defend the Afghanis that are being hunted by the Taliban. No, I'm not saying I think it is a legit reason, but I can see it being said by the government and the MSM.
It just smells fishy to me. The big bad government is now getting sympathy because some outsider exposed their corruption? And look how the MSM is jumping on this. Just ain't right.
When CNN and FoxNews are talking about it, you should try to read between the lines to look for the truth.
Official court documents released later, on April 5, 2006, reveal that Libby testified that "he was specifically authorized in advance" of his meeting with New York Times reporter Judith Miller to disclose the "key judgments" of the October 2002 classified National Intelligence Estimate (NIE). According to Libby's testimony, "the Vice President later advised him that the President had authorized defendant to disclose the relevant portions of the NIE (to Judith Miller)."
Originally posted by Wildbob77
This seems like something out of a horror movie
Who in their right mind would release documents that identify informers ?
Or was this intentional to help murder people who have helped the US in Afghanistan?
This is a conspiracy site and many people believe that anything that the US does is evil and wrong. I believe that releasing this information will result in many people being murdered over the coming year(s).
Who will be held responsible if people are killed?
What was the motivation to release the names of individuals who helped the US?
If a single person is killed because of this information should the founder of WikiLeaks be charged with murder?
I'm curious what the ATS community thinks about this