Wikileaks' Spokesperson Deleted EvidenceAdded: Monday, August 29th, 2011
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Daniel Domscheit-Berg admitted he had let far right groups off the hook a while ago. At the same time, Julian Assange, the right-hand man of Wikileaks, has confirmed that he deleted 3500 unpublished files that had leaked to the whistleblower website.
Last year the media reported that Daniel Domscheit-Berg has left WikiLeaks after a falling out with Julian Assange. After that Domscheit-Berg told Der Spiegel that he had destroyed the entire no-fly list of the United States, 5 gigabytes of documents related to Bank of America, and even detailed data connected to twenty neo-Nazi groups.
Daniel Domscheit-Berg claimed that he had all the files shredded in order to make sure that the sources weren’t compromised. Meanwhile, WikiLeaks claimed Daniel Domscheit-Berg had been in bed with the spooks, as well as engaged into protection of lots of neo-nazi groups. The destroyed files were reported to include mass telecommunications interception, human rights abuses, and even sponsoring and organizing dozens of neo-nazi groups.
Aside from destroying the evidence, Daniel Domscheit-Berg decided to go further and took the entire encrypted submission system of Wikileaks when leaving. Apparently, he used it to start OpenLeaks, which meant that WikiLeaks couldn’t receive leaked documents on the Internet for around a year.
Meanwhile, Daniel Domscheit-Berg explained that the reason he fell out with Julian Assange was that he was afraid of releasing 400,000 classified documents belonging to the United States about the Iraq war too soon without having enough time to properly redact the names of the collaborators and informants working for the United States.
Daniel Domscheit-Berg has written a book “Inside WikiLeaks”, which is planned to be released later in 2011. There the author accuses Assange of being autocratic. Domscheit-Berg claimed that he took the submission system with him and deleted all documents because "kids shouldn't play with guns".
In response, Julian Assange claimed that the ex-spokesperson of Wikileaks was in contact with the FBI and was helping the investigation of the United States into both WikiLeaks and personally Julian Assange. None of the claims were supported with any evidence, so the industry experts were left to do nothing but to state the fact without making any assumptions.
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Monday, August 29th, 2011
|posted by (2011-08-30 20:13:48)|
|or maby he did not delete but leak them lmao The German weekly Der Spiegel found an encrypted file on the network, together with the associated password. The file of 1.73 GB contains supposedly all 251,000 telegrams in edited form. Therefore, there is talk about the complete archives, which were transferred to Wikileaks in 2010.so there is probaly more to the storie|
|posted by (2012-07-29 05:49:11)|
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