60 MINUTES INTERVIEW: WIKILEAKS FOUNDER

Wikileaks Founder Julian Assange gave a rare interview on CBS’s 60 Minutes.

Wikileaks, Assange said, is a conduit for information for other journalists (the New York Times recently published some of its leaks).  If someone in the State Department knows of wrong doing and has no way of getting the information out to the public, Wikileaks can help, he said. As an example, he said 15,000 civilian deaths in Iraq went unreported.

Assange refuted the idea that he is doing anything illegal. Military personnel can go to jail for sharing classified documents, but not publishers. In the last 50 years, none have, he said.

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  1. Assange refuted the idea that he is doing anything illegal. Military personnel can go to jail for sharing classified documents, but not publishers. In the last 50 years, none have, he said.

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