BREAKING: Bradley’s Promise Delivered: Wikleaks’s 400K Classified US Iraq War Files Now On Aljazeera

22 Oct, 2010

“Hillary Clinton and several thousand diplomats around the world are going to have a heart attack when they wake up one morning and find an entire repository of classified foreign policy is available, in searchable format, to the public.”

This is what US army intelligence analyst Private Bradley Manning allegedly wrote to the former hacker Adrian Lamo who turned his name to the FBI.

WikiLeaks, the whistleblower website, is about to release some 400,000 secret US files on the war in Iraq. Aljazeera had access to the documents and now it started beaming them on Aljazeera Arabic.
The documents which include uncounted civilian deaths of woman and children by the US forces. The UR army claimed no civilian deaths on these attacks. According to Aljazeera the documents also include coverup of prison torture and rape of many of the 180,000 Iraqi prisoners. It also include the role Iran played in arming Shiat militia.

Aljazeera Arabic is having now a special coverage releasing the details of the largest military leaks in history.

It is expected that Wikileaks will publish the whole stock within hours. it lasts tweets says:

TBIJ, IBC, Guardian, Spiegel, NYT, Le Monde, Al Jazeera, Chan4, SVT, CNN, BBC and more in the next few hours. We maximise impact.

It is believed the next Wikileaks release will be a cash of secret files of US embassies’ cables in the Arab region.

Update: more on iraqwarlogs.com

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