In the last few moments the Wikileak's founder Julian Assange has walked out of Westminster Crown Court [London] where he was granted bail earlier.- - -
"Justice is not yet dead," he said.
Thanking his legal team and the rest but truth to the say it was a cautious statement and short. And more memorable for the number of flash bulb explosions than for what he said.
He is now on his way to his mansion arrest in Norfolk [England].
Andy Davies will have the details tonight.
YouTube: WikiRebels - The Documentary (Parts 1 - 4)
The following in-depth must-see video report regarding WikiLeaks contains four parts. Click on YouTube logo on video to read transcript at YouTube.
Extract from YouTube - "WikiRebels - The Documentary (1/4)":
zerwas2ky | December 09, 2010 | 913 likes, 11 dislikes -To date, the video has had 134,904 views.
From the description:
"Exclusive rough-cut of first in-depth documentary on WikiLeaks and the people behind it!
From summer 2010 until now, Swedish Television has been following the secretive media network WikiLeaks and its enigmatic Editor-in-Chief Julian Assange.
Reporters Jesper Huor and Bosse Lindquist have traveled to key countries where WikiLeaks operates, interviewing top members, such as Assange, new Spokesperson Kristinn Hrafnsson, as well as people like Daniel Domscheit-Berg who now is starting his own version - Openleaks.org!
Where is the secretive organization heading? Stronger than ever, or broken by the US? Who is Assange: champion of freedom, spy or rapist? What are his objectives? What are the consequences for the internet?"
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Photo: Wikileaks editor-in-chief Julian Assange arrives at Westminster magistrates court inside a prison van with tinted windows. Photograph: Peter Macdiarmid/Getty Images
Source: Guardian http://www.guardian.co.uk/media/2010/dec/15/1
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In Kenya, Bloggers React To WikiLeaks Cables
by Global Voices for Global Voices December 15, 2010
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