WikiLeaks: Assange Indicted, but for What?

The Stratfor intelligence company emails, leaked this week by WikiLeaks, have revealed that a private security agency has obtained classified information from the US Government (by the admission of Stratfor employees in emails they expected to remain confidential). It’s also revealed that Assange has a “secret” indictment against him, which is obviously not a democratic action by the USA.


After all our questions to the AU/US/UK/SW governments about US plans to prosecute #Assange, we have to find out in a #wikileaks release…

ADDED: Their press release condemning the US justice officials responsible for this travesty.

– Fairfax, a media agency that was working with 24 others, broke their agreement to release leaks in a coordinated fashion. So all Assange/Wikileaks emails pertaining to the Stratfor leak should be available soon.

Osama Bin Laden was in contact with Pakistani intelligence, prior to his death last year. How could Stratfor know this, and not inform the US Government, who would then inform Americans?

For more breaking scandals revealed by this release, see one summary of a few.

If I thought I could switch this dickhead off without getting done I don’t think I’d have too much of a problem.

BTW, close family friend in Sweden who knows the girl that is pressing charges tells me that there is absolutely nothing behind it other than prosecutors that are looking to make a name for themselves.

(Link to Anna Ardin added, assuming that’s “the girl” they are talking about)

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