December 20 - December 26, 2010

What should the US do about WikiLeaks owner Julian Assange for leaking hundreds of classified US documents?


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Charge him and the leakers with espionage. 57%
Nothing, but find the original leakers and charge them. 26%
Nothing. He is exercising free speech. 14%
Charge him with espionage. 2%


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Comment from Car F., (12/20/2010, 12:38 PM)

That's right..... shoot the messenger and forget about the crimes being disclosed


Comment from Car F., (12/20/2010, 12:51 PM)

Shoot the mesenger #2 **CIA providing fertilizers to opium growers **Civilians being shot in cold blood for no apparent reasons ....that's right....shoot the mesenger.........problem solved


Comment from Frederick Stefano, (12/22/2010, 11:34 AM)

To me its the same as receiving stolen property. It just so happens in this case it belongs to the US Government. Which is all of US people. So both the messenger and the receiver are complicent in a CRIME like this.


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