Connecticut Sen. Joe Lieberman has been blasting WikiLeaks over the past week and successfully pressured Amazon.com to kick the organization's content off its servers.
Lieberman kept up the attack on Tuesday. During a Fox News interview, Lieberman claimed that WikiLeaks is responsible for the "most serious violation of the Espionage Act in our history" and should be indicted in a U.S. court. But Lieberman then suggested that news organizations that published leaked material — originally obtained by WikiLeaks — may have also violated the Espionage Act.
"I'm not here to make a final judgment on that," Lieberman said. "But to me the New York Times has committed at least an act of bad citizenship, but whether they have committed a crime, I think that bears very intensive inquiry by the Justice Department." You can watch a clip of the Lieberman interview here, via Business Insider.
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Who supplied the info to Wiki? How many are involved? THEY are the root of the problem. THEY endangered their brothers and sisters.
I do not know if being uniformed is the answer. Our government (as well as many others) has never been exactly transparent. It's a new era, for better or worse.
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