Swiss whistleblower hands bank data to WikiLeaks (Reuters)




 
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Swiss whistleblower hands bank data to WikiLeaks      (Reuters)
 
January 17th, 2011  
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Topic: Swiss whistleblower hands bank data to WikiLeaks (Reuters)


Swiss whistleblower hands bank data to WikiLeaks      (Reuters)
Reuters - A former Swiss private banker handed over data on hundreds of offshore bank account holders to WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange on Monday, saying he wanted to draw attention to financial abuses.

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January 17th, 2011  
A Can of Man
 
 
This is the way Wikileaks SHOULD have been.
Expose WRONG doing.
January 17th, 2011  
rattler
 
 
Now that it is about money, you can sure Assange and the other will get KIA sooner or later...:

Nobody pardons people divuging monetary secrets, and those people are not bound by laws.

Cynic? You bet!

Rattler
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Swiss whistleblower hands bank data to WikiLeaks      (Reuters)
January 17th, 2011  
A Can of Man
 
 
No... I agree.
You mess with money you die.
Everything we see around us is an illusion.
January 18th, 2011  
senojekips
 
 
Quote:
Originally Posted by rattler
Now that it is about money, you can sure Assange and the other will get KIA sooner or later...:

Nobody pardons people divuging monetary secrets, and those people are not bound by laws.

Cynic? You bet!

Rattler
This is a good indication of exactly how skewed and one eyed this debate has become.

The secrets were not stolen by Assange,...... and if he did not publish them, do you honestly think that they would have remained secret?
there are any amount of media outlets that would have paid top dollar to do it.

If he does fall victim to foul play, it won't stop anything, but it will convince the world that what he was doing was right, the same as those publishers in Russia that keep getting knocked off for outing the criminals there.
 


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