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Julian Assange: Is Wikileaks Blackmailing Bank Of America?

by | 21st, December 2010

IT turns out that once more Julian Assangve, of Wikileaks, is not all that fond of openness. The Times leads with news that Assange is upset with Nick Davies, the Guardian reporter, who published details of Assange’s allegedly terrible sex with one of the two Swedish women who claims he sexually abused them. The choicest cut of this is that Assange accuses Davies of – get his – “selectively publishing” the more interesting parts. Yep, he accuses Davies of journalism.

Indeed, readers. This is the same Assange who tells us that he has enough material to, as the Times says, “destroy the bosses of one of the world’s biggest banks”. But he won’t tell us know. He prefers to sit on the information until such a time as it suits him.

Says Assange:

“We don’t want the bank to suffer unless it’s called for. But if its management is operating in a responsive way there will be resignations.”

So much for openness. This sounds more like blackmail, threats and skulduggery.

As we asked: Wikileaks: Is Secretive Julian Assange An Enemy To Openness?

Julian Assange: the HIV; the rape allegations; the crap sex; his dating profile; the Asian teen stalkers; the EastEnders; his love emails; the irony; the lying cables; the lying cables; the dead bodies; the angst; the pile; and the celebs.

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WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange arrives at Beccles Police Station in Suffolk to meet the police for his bail conditions.



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