WikiLeaks to Release Iraq Papers

It appears that WikiLeaks is expected to release 400,000 documents related to the war in Iraq.

From CNN:

The last huge WikiLeaks leak came in July when the site published what was dubbed The Afghan Diary, a compilation of more than 70,000 classified documents about the Afghanistan war. WikiLeaks was heavily criticized by human rights organizations, leaders within the U.S. government,  high-ranking Pentagon officials and security experts for publishing the names of Afghan informants, thereby possibly putting their lives at risk.

Bradley Manning, who served as an intelligence analyst in Iraq, is the military’s focus in the investigation into the leaks. The 22-year-old remains behind bars in Washington.

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One Comment on “WikiLeaks to Release Iraq Papers”

  1. Maybe they should be more selective with their intelligence analysts. It should be a no-brainer. Classified is classified.

    Didn’t the last major break-in involve someone from the UK that claimed he was just looking in the military computers for evidence of aliens?

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