Britainís Supreme Court ruled on Wednesday WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange can be extradited to Sweden over alleged sex crimes, but gave him two weeks to seek to reopen the case.
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The US inteligence gurus are still at it I see. Since the Civil War the powers to be have convinced the poor average joe citizen to give up their lives for a just cause. These papers are naught but BS in the Art of War. Hail to the Chief are words which ring hollow as much today as always.
Frank, 2010-07-26 21:09:12
Personally I haven't reviewed much of the docs and do remain skeptical for now, but in the meantime will still thank Wikileaks for doing its part in clearing the fog of propaganda surrounding this very unpopular war.
I love how people say they've sided with the Taliban. All they did was side with truth and honesty, which has nothing to do with the taliban or 'picking sides' as some will put it.
Jay from Ottawa, 2010-07-26 17:05:29
Recall in World War II, the greatest way to misdirect the enemy was to leak documents or let documents fall into enemy hands. Lets take the credibility out of the equation right now. You mean to tell me these guys got 80,000 documents and the counter intelligence guys knew nothing of it. Phhhht don't think so.
gord campbell, 2010-07-26 16:42:47
The whole approach of fighting the transparent enemy is a losing battle. There is no war in Ahghanistan, more like a police action with one hand tied behind the back. Pakistan should be asked to clean up the mess and if they don't then war should be declared on Pakistan and the likes, enough of playing nice guys.
Bucadogg, 2010-07-26 14:18:47
It's about time we got the straight goods. Keep it up Wiki.
Davie, 2010-07-26 11:58:56