- Amnesty International said naming Afghans risked ‘deadly ramifications’
- Assange so scared of the CIA he disguised himself as a woman
Julian Assange: Well-educated but described as ‘dishevelled, like a bag lady walking in off the street’
Julian Assange said U.S. informants named in secret cables ‘deserved’ to be killed and initially refused to redact their names, a new book has revealed.
WikiLeaks published thousands of names of Afghans in 77,000 classified war files put on the whistle-blowing website, attracting criticism from international charities and governments.