China and Russia in the crosshairs of WikiLeaks

Julian Assenge, founder of WikiLeaks, in a conference last Saturday in London.


MOSCOW (ALERTA NEWS) – The website of leaked documents WikiLeaks will be planning to release confidential data of Russian and Chinese governments, hinted the spokesman of the site, Kristinn Hrafnsson, in an interview that published this Tuesday the Russian newspaper “Kommersant”, replicated by the agency RIA Novosti.

“We took too long in processing the documents from Afghanistan and Iraq. As soon as this work is finished, we will be able to continue the work of other regions”, said Hrafnsson who added: “the Russian readers are going to find out a lot of new and interesting facts about their country”.

Julian Assange, founder of WikiLeaks, said in the past that “the despotic regimes of Russia, China and Central Asia” will be the target of the site which was founded in 2006.

In the interview, the spokesman mentioned that Chinese dissidents have already reacted, and they are ready to launch a similar website, called “Government Leaks”, that would be useful to report human rights violations in that country.

Last Saturday, WikiLeaks made public more than 390.000 American secret Iraq war documents which have testimonies of torture, and war crimes that left 15.000 dead civilians during that period of time.

Translated by @PaziPaz



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