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Originally posted by Dr UAE
now CNN is regretting that they interviewed him
thanx DimensionalDetective now I can go to sleep
Originally posted by Whereweheaded
reply to post by thecinic
I think there are some re-runs of sesame street for ya. Why not leave the grownup talk for us big boys~
Originally posted by gladtobehere
Assange is a plant. This is all staged.
As soon as Assange said that he agreed with the 9/11 official story, it became obvious.
In addition, he has not revealed anything of any consequence. That there have been civilian casualties? That Afghan officials are corrupt? That our government bad mouths other world leaders? Ridiculous.
But what this conjured up drama allows is the government to now pass strict legislation AGAINST whistle blowers and tighter control of the web, which is the whole point of this charade.
Originally posted by thecinic
Another yawner of a wikileak story..
Just another worthless report, it's yet more senseless wikileak fanboyism following rubbish.
You people eat this stuff up like candy, it is beyond hilarious.
This whole report was set up to make the lawyer look good, to TRY and discredit ANYONE who comes against ye' old great wikileaks, you people buy it???edit on 28-12-2010 by thecinic because: (no reason given)
Editors with Wired Magazine have finally come forward to say that the chat logs in their possession contain no further evidence of a conspiracy between WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange and the soldier accused of leaking 250,000 US State Department cables.
In his Monday column, Salon's Glenn Greenwald suggested that Wired Senior Editor Kevin Poulsen committed "one of the worst journalistic disgraces of the year" by withholding the majority of chat logs that could prove Assange did or did not conspire with Pfc. Bradley Manning.