Friday, February 4, 2011

From the Department of Irony

Documents in the Julian Assange rape case leaked to the Internet:
The ongoing rape-and-sexual-molestation investigation of WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange is taking another in a series of odd turns. A file containing 100 pages of interview transcripts, investigatory notes and other material in the case has appeared online, where it’s being eagerly dissected by Swedish WikiLeaks-watchers.
Transparency.  Information wants to - and will - be free.  You can also find this story under Petard (hoist by).

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