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Alberto Franceschini 03 Ott 2010 04:15

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Australia may pressure Sweden to prosecute Julian Assange or others
linked to his whistleblower website WikiLeaks if planned releases of
military documents outlining the Iraq and Afghanistan wars pose a risk
to serving forces.
Attorney-General Robert McClelland warned Mr Assange, who is an
Australian citizen but runs his rogue website from Sweden, that he
could not ''from the comforts of his office'' release sensitive
information that endangered people on the front line.

WikiLeaks published 77,000 Afghan war documents in July and plans to
release another 15,000 related documents soon.

Earlier this month, WikiLeaks announced plans to release a ''massive
cache'' of classified US military field reports on the conflict in
Iraq.

''Anything that puts those people who are serving their country and
protecting our security at risk is entirely reprehensible, whether
it's done for notoriety, whether it's done for commercial interests,''
Mr McClelland said.

''If these acts amount to an offence, the people involved will most
certainly be prosecuted.''

He said it could be difficult to determine the location where an
offence had taken place when that offence was committed online, but
Australia was determined to work with any country to ensure those
responsible were caught.

''Usually it's the country where [the offenders are] based that will
take law enforcement action and these are the things we will certainly
talk to international counterparts about ...'' Mr McClelland said.

''But in this day and age, it shouldn't come down to an issue of law
enforcement, people should exercise responsibility and appreciate that
people are placing their personal safety
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Lord Curzon 03 Ott 2010 23:01

"Alberto Franceschini" <ramen.asahi@gmail.com> ha scritto nel messaggio
news:65e98f42-f273-43ff-885b-5df4126426b0@x20g2000pro.googlegroups.com...

> Australia may pressure Sweden to prosecute Julian Assange or others
> linked to his whistleblower website WikiLeaks if planned releases of
> military documents outlining the Iraq and Afghanistan wars pose a risk
> to serving forces.
> Attorney-General Robert McClelland warned Mr Assange, who is an
> Australian citizen but runs his rogue website from Sweden, that he
> could not ''from the comforts of his office'' release sensitive
> information that endangered people on the front line.

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