Wikileaks founder Julian Assange has launched a defensive attack on enemies and allies. In an exclusive interview with the UK's The Times, Assange clearly stated his intentions to release detrimental information regarding one of "the world's biggest banks." Assange asserts that he'll release damaging information regarding the Bank of America early next year. Assange stated to The Times: "We don't want the bank to suffer unless it's called for. But if its management is operating in a responsive way there will be resignations...The people in power are organized and were able to respond quickly but numerically they are not that strong and our support in the general population is tremendous."
Assange is under scrutiny for his personal and business ethics following the publication of a revealing (and incriminating) police files in the UK newspaper The Guardian. Assange insists that a senior Guardian reporter "selectively published" sections of his criminal record following a document leak from Swedish officials and "other intelligence agencies."
Assange stated: "The leak was clearly designed to undermine my bail application. Someone in authority clearly intended to keep Julian in prison." Assange was arrested on rape charges and held in the Wandsworth prison upon a Swedish extradition request. Assange was later released on a $427,872 dollar bail.
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