June 12, 2010

The Pentagon is hunting for Wikileaks founder Julian Assange, whom they believe to be in possession of sensitive State Department intraoffice memos about diplomatic relations with Iraq and Afghanistan. The Daily Beast reports that the documents were leaked by Army intelligence specialist Bradley Manning, now in custody in Kuwait. Manning also claims to be the source that leaked the now-infamous video of US soldiers in Iraq fatally shooting Reuters reporters, and the family of civilians who stopped to help them.

Mr. Assange lives a life of international intrigue and mystery, and never stays in one place for very long. His current whereabouts are unknown, but he recently cancelled a speaking engagement at the International Reporters and Editors conference in Las Vegas that was scheduled for Friday June 11th.

Assange has denied possessing the State Department cables. A communique sent out via Assange’s Twitter account recently stated “Any signs of unacceptable behavior by the Pentagon or its agents towards this press will be viewed dimly.” According to the Daily Beast, this was taken by Pentagon officials as a threat to release the documents on Wikileaks if they get too pushy.

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