Sarah Palin Urged the United States Hunting Julian Assange

Julian AssangeWikileaks really angered the United States after publishing a myriad of diplomatic notes that state-owned. Unmitigated, politician and former U.S. vice-presidential candidate, Sarah Palin, urged Wikilieaks founder, Julian Assange, hunted like Osama bin Laden.

Palin’s anger was expressed in her Facebook account. Former Alaskan Governor accused the White House is not incompetent to handle this case. ”First and foremost, what steps should be taken to stop Wikileaks Director, Julian Assange, to stop the spread of specific documents that are very sensitive, because he had twice done,”she wrote.

Assange”is not a journalist. He is more than Alqaidah magazine editor in English,”she said. He is an anti-American”with blood on his hands.” Most resume writing. First release of”The document has revealed the identity of more than 100 agents or sources of Afghans to the Taliban. Why did he not hunted with the same interests when we are hunting Alqaidah and Taliban leaders?”she said grimly.

Most blamed the inability of the U.S. government pursue a reflection of the weak Assange effort. The U.S. government has opened a criminal investigation yesterday to demand Assange with charges of publishing confidential documents as stipulated in the Espionage Act.

Assange who believed now in London, had previously been investigated by Swedish police on charges of rape against two women. U.S. Attorney General, Eric Holder, said the government was investigating alleged crimes committed Wikileaks.

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