WikiLeaks founder urged to stand down

WASHINGTON — The Obama administration has made a last-ditch appeal to the founder of Wikileaks to abandon plans to release millions of confidential U.S. diplomatic cables that threaten to reveal candid and embarrassing American assessments of key allies, including Canada.
In a letter Saturday to Wikileaks editor Julian Assange, U.S. State Department legal advisor Harold Koh warned publication of the documents will “place at risk the lives of countless innocent individuals.”... Read More

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