Stockholm, Aug 16: Julian Assange, the founder of whistleblower WikiLeaks, told that the site will not tolerate threats from the US' department of defense.
During an interview with Associated Press, Assange revealed that WikiLeaks will release the remaining 15,000 war documents. He also explained that some of the documents were redacted because innocent informants are under threat.
"This organisation will not be threatened by the Pentagon or any other group. We proceed cautiously and safely with this material," said Assange.
On July 25, WikiLeaks released about 100 megabytes of internal US military dispatches from Afghanistan, a move that has bolstered critics of the war. The new statements by Assange reveal that WikiLeaks is standing firm in its fight against the Pentagon.