Contradictions one through three.
"He always stood up for the underdog."
Turning up the veil on Operation Payback.
All because she is fighting for freedom.
Saudi Arabian youths who watch them want to live in America instead of blow it up, according to a WikiLeaks cable.
PayPal, Visa, and Amazon ... get ready for "Operation Payback."
If Assange is sent there, he could avoid extradition to the U.S.
There may have been some translation issues.
Hmmm, wonder whose name we've been hearing. Everywhere. All the time. No matter what.
More details emerge about Assange's accusers; Senator Feinstein urges prosecution under the Espionage Act.
What, is the WikiLeaks mastermind in a boy band now?
Is there something we should know?
The international man of mystery has "insurance" files he'll release if he's detained.
This seems like bad advice.
In an unexpected departure from the scheduled release of its trove of a quarter-million diplomatic cables, today's WikiLeaks discharge zeroes in on the past three years of personal and quasi-professional correspondence e-mails of one "Claire," a 30-year-old office assistant living in New York City.
Oh, federal contractors in Afghanistan. What are we going to do with you?