WikiLeaks continues: Assange's letter to Australia

Julian Assange and WikiLeaks
Washington, Dec 7: The founder of the whistle-blowing website WikiLeaks, Julian Assange, has given an Op-Ed to Australian newspaper 'The Australian' to publish after his arrest.

After Julian Assange's arrest in Britain on Tuesday, Dec 7, The Australian has started the publication of his Op-Ed. In his letter to the newspaper, Julian Assange spoke about freedom of speech and the truth.

"In 1958, a young Rupert Murdoch, then owner and editor of Adelaide"s The News, wrote: In the race between secrecy and truth, it seems inevitable that truth will always win," said Assange.

In the letter Assange described about the "dark days" of corrupt government in Queensland. Assange said that Australian politicians described WikiLeaks as "provably false chorus".

Assange added that US State Department stated that WikiLeaks releases were, "then they say there is nothing of importance in what Wikileaks publishes. It can"t be both."

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