06 December 2010

I have the plot for the next James Bond movie

Just picture him saying,
"If our demands are not met"
Julian Assange, who recently released a list of sites considered "vital" US interests, has claimed that his allies will release the entire collection of 250,000 State Department documents--a "thermonuclear device", as he called it--should anything happen to him.  Not that he had any intention of keeping them secret, though.

Bradley Manning, I hope you sleep happy at night knowing that you face fifty-two years in prison for the sole purpose of providing Julian Assange with an insurance policy.        

1 comment:

internationaljurist said...

He's just begging for it, isn't he?