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WikiLeaks Aiding Collateral Murder

Perhaps there has been too little disgust launched at reprehensible Julian Assange and and WikiLeaks. Initial looks at the huge pile of classified documents seemed to show that no major security breaches had been made. Well tell that to the Afghans who were working with us, or considering it, whose names and villages are in some of the reports.

Hundreds of Afghan civilians who worked as informants for the U.S. military have been put at risk by WikiLeaks' publication of more than 90,000 classified intelligence reports which name and in many cases locate the individuals, The Times newspaper reported Wednesday.....

One specific example cited by the paper is a report on an interview conducted by military officers of a potential Taliban defector. The militant is named, along with his father and the village in which they live.

This is disgraceful and both the US traitor and Assange must pay. I had said that it was unlikely that Assange would pay any price for the leaks, but the revelation that he has essentially signed the death warrants of brave Afghans simply trying to make their country a better place changes all that. He needs to be captured, rendered somewhere heinous, interrogated, forced to turn over any other documents he has and sent to Bagram AFB in Afghanistan to be turned over to the Afghan government for disposal. I am not sure what laws they currently have for dealing with a sub-human swine like him, but I'm sure they can figure something out. 

It is one thing to play at being a crusader for transparency and justice. It is another one completely to callously post stolen secrets that will get innocents killed. Assange has crossed the line of civilized behavior and will deserve anything he gets in return.

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