Monday, November 22, 2010

Wikileaks Set to Release New Iraq war Logs 'Seven Times Bigger Than the First'

The Daily Mail

"Wikileaks has announced it is to release a second batch of Iraq war logs which will be seven times bigger than the first.

The Twitter post from Wikileaks which promises to redefine 'global history'In a defiant posting on its official Twitter account, the website's founders said it was ‘under intense pressure' over the disclosure but vowed to press ahead anyway.

The coming months will see a new world, where global history is redefined. Keep us strong,' they added.

Such a vast information dump would create another firestorm in Britain and the U.S. where generals are still furious over the first set of 400,000 classified documents, the biggest military leak of all time.

They detailed what Wikileaks founder Julian Assange called 'compelling evidence of war crimes' by the U.S. led coalition and the Iraq government and sparked calls for a full inquiry......"

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