Wikileaks continue publishing despite Assange arrest

Wikileaks continue publishing despite Assange arrestThe representative of the web site Wikileaks, said that despite the arrest of Julian Assange, founder of the site in the UK, the portal will continue to operate as usual.

Wikileaks is operational. We will continue to work as before — said Kristinn Hrafnsson.

Any developments with yourself Assange will not affect our plans to publicize the new data either today or in the coming days — Reuters quoted the representative of Wikileaks.

According to the source, the portal will work efforts of programmers from London and other parts of the world.

As previously reported, the London police today arrested the founder of the website Wikileaks, Julian Assange, an arrest warrant had previously been issued Sweden.

Stockholm court in November approved a prosecution request to detain 39-year-old Australian, who is accused in Sweden of rape and sexual harassment. Assange all the accusations rejected, explaining the prosecution politically motivated and pressure from the United States.

Nov. 28 site Wikileaks published the secret documents of the U.S. government, which tell about the messages that U.S. embassies around the world were sent to Washington. Earlier, Wikileaks published a scandalous secret documents about the war in Afghanistan, according to which the United States is defeated in this country, and on the war in Iraq.

Wikileaks (from the English. Wiki and leak — a leak) — an international social networking site. It was opened on November 29, 2006 a group of enthusiasts. The chief representative of the organization is Julian Assange, who, according to some reports, the youth was hacked by a hacker and computer firms and organizations. He was particularly interested in the Pentagon.

Internet resource designed for the publication of various secret or closed to public access information, exposing corruption and abuses in government organizations. Wikileaks is funded by donations.