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Justice! Well, at least a little reprieve. Justice won't really be served until he's cleared and left alone to continue his service to America.
Concur. Had Wiki-leaks been around at the time of the run-up to the war in Iraq, countless families would have been spared the heartbreak and agony associated with the loss of a loved one.
Oh, sure. He's a prince. In a sane world, he would exist only in the realm of fiction, perhaps as a James Bond villain: it's all there, even down to the creepily sinuous name. Liam Neeson, suitably peroxided, will probably be showing us the fellow's sensitive side at the cineplex, very soon. There's money to be made, after all.
Service to America? Are you kidding me? This man serves only himself and a perverted idea of freedom.
He resembles Anderson Cooper.I think the US should go after him for espionage. Holder has other things to do like get unlimited funds from BP et al--though BP has already set aside billions. Is an accident ever an accident any more?
I agree with Jane and Anon 17:00. It would be a different story had he leaked the proceedings of a Papal Conclave. And don't cross this guy or his minions and WL will bring you down with their cyberterrorist antics. Justice, indeed.
I agree with Peggy. The quicker we tighten up people's ability to just say and do anything they want, the better off this country is going to be.
Service to America? This photo shows how he and his friends managed to create an aura of seriousness and honesty around this guy who uses a dirty language (watch his visit at a Berkeley CA event) and who emerged from the diabolic chaos of an anarchic life. Service to America? He destroys wants to destroy what he hates - America.
For the record, I do not agree with Anon at 8:18 this morning. I did not say what (s)he said.
For the record, my interpretation of what Peg said can only be blamed on her ability to express ideas clearly.
OK, let's play nicely.
Yes, Tim, you are right. That was uncharitable of me.
Bradley Manning is clearly in a lot of hot water, but Julian Assange will never see the inside of a US courtroom. He didn't break the law on US soil.
Even though he didn't break the law on US soil, it may depend on how espionage is interpreted when filtered through international law, specifically any US/UK extradition treaty.
Rather than getting our shorts in a knot, might be more fun and useful (for our governments) to feed this punk's organization a little misinformation from now on.
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