Will Wikileaks.org be brought down to justice by American government?

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  1. drperetz profile image37
    drperetzposted 7 years ago

    Will Wikileaks.org be brought down to justice by American government?

    Is  wikileaks a side operation for public to devote their attention to this search engine explication or is it really trying to reveal the secrets hiding deep with in those classified documents? Who's is benefiting and who is not?

  2. Buddzzz profile image35
    Buddzzzposted 7 years ago

    We can only hope so.. What they are doing should be classified as treason in my eyes.

  3. Wayne Brown profile image85
    Wayne Brownposted 7 years ago

    That will depend greatly on the charges which can and are leveled by the government.  Regardless of what "noble" cause this naive person believes is being fulfilled, the point is that he is receiving documents which are classified and disseminating that information.  He does not have an authorization to either see or disseminate the documents.  There must be some violation of law in that regard.  This is the second occurrence of this type of activity by the same individual.  Sooner or later, this type of activity will bring problems upon the country or potentially cost the lives of individuals.  WB

  4. dusy7969 profile image59
    dusy7969posted 7 years ago

    I highly doubt that this administration will effectively deal with the wikileaks situation. They seem to be really focused on the pet projects and don't let anything else get in their way.

  5. proton66 profile image62
    proton66posted 7 years ago

    Nothing but a show of arrogance. The "can of worm" is already open and the US wants to control the world in everything people do. And now the US DoJ is attempting to go beyond its borders supposedly because the rest of the world is incompetent in policing their own people. If it's not, then what? If none of this information has something to do with covert operations, why waste energy on what wikileaks has for the public? Who doesn't want to know what the truth is?


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