Wikileaks Watch: Day 5 of Silence
It’s been five days since the last release of diplomatic cables from WikiLeaks. That last round of cables hit on January 5th.
This is the longest silence since WikiLeaks began.
As I speculated last week:
I suspect this means something big is about to come out of WikiLeaks. Something they are taking their time to put together. And that is likely to be the much talked about release of the tens of thousands of documents WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange shows a culture of corruption inside a US bank.
We still don't know for sure what bank the documents will allegedly indict. But all indications point to Bank of America .
I do not think it’s a stretch to expect something big to follow WikiLeaks' silence. They published new documents when Assange was arrested. There was a release on Christmas Eve and Christmas Day. They didn't rest on New Year's Eve or New Year's Day.
We’re now on Day 5 of silence.
Something is coming.
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