WikiLeaks founder pledges to continue publishing
London, Jul 27: "Courage is contagious," said the founder of WikiLeaks, Julian Assange insisting that his whistleblowers' website will continue to publish information in an attempt to expose the realities that the authorities want to push under the rug.
Speaking to reporters here on Monday, Jul 26, Assange said that his greatest fear was "that we won't be able to do justice to the material that we're getting in."
The silver-haired Australian with a physics Ph D, who launched the website on a mission of digging out the secrets of the mighty, is proud of his group's latest and the biggest achievement - Afghan War Diary 2004-2010, the recent publication of the 90,000 classified US military documents on War in Afghanistan.
Since its establishment in 2006, the website has played host to several sensitive information such as on the Church of Scientology documents, US Embassy cables, and secret videos.
"We have files that concern every country in the world with a population of over 1 million. Thousands of databases and files about all sorts of countries," 39-year-old Assange said.
WikiLeaks has made several enemies over the years across the globe. However there is no stopping the founder as he has vowed to continue publishing as soon as he can get his website reorganized to handle the volume of data that is to come.