More documents coming Thursday, says Assange
He said WikiLeaks will expose another secret cache of documents imminently with the publication of a massive file involving international relations. “There will be around 50 countries involved and Canada is one of them,” he said.
He would not provide details and would not confirm or deny whether the file was related to the Trans-Pacific Partnership, the trade deal being negotiated with 12 countries, including Canada. Late last year, WikiLeaks caused a minor sensation when it published a draft text of the agreement, triggering questions from lawyers about its apparently American-centric view on intellectual property rights. “You’ll have to check the website [Thursday],” is all he would say.
Could be interesting. And then there's this:
Mr. Assange’s legal team announced during his phone conference that it will mount a new legal challenge on Tuesday to the allegations of sexual misconduct involving two women in Sweden. ....
No charges have been laid by the Swedish authorities over the alleged sexual misconduct or offences. Even if the Swedish case were to be dropped, Mr. Assange fears he would face the same fate as Private Bradley Manning, now Chelsea Manning, who is serving a 35-year prison term for supplying massive amounts of military and diplomatic files to WikiLeaks.
C'mon, let's be reasonable. This is America.