Friday, 3 December 2010

Assange: 'If something happens to us key parts of Cable Gate archive will be released automatically'

WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange, answering Guardian readers' questions online today, was asked what would happen if he was "taken out" either technically or physically.

He said: "The Cable Gate archive has been spread, along with significant material from the US and other countries to over 100,000 people in encrypted form. If something happens to us, the key parts will be released automatically.

"Further, the Cable Gate archives is in the hands of multiple news organisations. History will win. The world will be elevated to a better place. Will we survive? that depends on you."
Pic: Jon Slattery


bulletproofcourier said...

Go Julian!

kevlarglasssniper said...

This criminal is committing dangerous blackmail with the lives of millions of innocents, and if he keeps this up for not too long someone will rightfully assassinate him and no one will care about his death and his criminal capers.

Anonymous said...

something, sum-thing ...

Anonymous said...

Do you know who's endangered or are you simply saying "Secret documents not secret? Obviously this is going to endanger people."

Have you been following the types of documents released, or are you just spewing crap?