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08-20 Statement by Julian Assange on the reported destruction of WikiLeaks source material by Daniel Domscheit-Berg 08-20 Statement by Julian Assange on the reported destruction of WikiLeaks source material by Daniel Domscheit-Berg Sat Aug 20 23:25:00 2011 GMT WikiLeaks does not record or retain source identifying information, however the claimed destruction of documents entrusted to WikiLeaks between January 2010 and August 2010 demands the revelation of inside information so sources can make their own risk assessments. Early in 2010, Daniel Domscheit-Berg, (then "Daniel Berg", "Daniel Schmitt") (born 1978), who was responsible for keeping selected WikiLeaks backups, met and entered into a relationship with Anke Domscheit-Berg (then, "Anke Domscheit") (born 1968) who described her job title as "Director Government Relations" for Microsoft, Germany. DDB told me that ADB's role was to interface with the German government on behalf of Microsoft. He was proud that he had been to a party at the German ministry of the interior, as ADB's consort, and that ADB was on intimate terms with senior figures in the German government and bureaucracy.
« Si le camp adverse avait su à l'époque que nous n'étions que deux, des jeunes hommes très grande gueule avec une seule machine préhistorique - peut-être alors auraient ils eu une chance de freiner, voire stopper l'ascension de WikiLeaks «, écrit Daniel Domscheit-Berg. « Même aux meilleures heures de WL, les missions les plus importantes n'étaient pas confiées à plus d'une poignée de personnes.» « Je me disais qu'un jour, nous raconterions cette histoire et ça serait très drôle », raconte à l'autre bout du fil Daniel Domscheit-Berg, joint mardi par La Presse à Berlin. Mais l'homme ne rit pas en évoquant ce souvenir. Dans les coulisses de WikiLeaks | Judith Lachapelle | Fuites de WikiLeaks Dans les coulisses de WikiLeaks | Judith Lachapelle | Fuites de WikiLeaks
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WikiLeaks is threatening to take legal action against a former employee whose book chronicling his time with the organisation characterises its founder, Julian Assange, as obsessed by power and money and with a fondness for young women. A statement from WikiLeaks said it was taking unspecified action against Daniel Domscheit-Berg, a German national who was once Assange's closest collaborator, after extracts of his book were printed on another site. Kristinn Hrafnsson, a spokeswoman for WikiLeaks, told the Forbes website that Domscheit-Berg confessed in his book to sabotaging the organisation's submission system for new leaks and that he had been suspended from his duties last September. In a response to Forbes, Domscheit-Berg denied sabotage and ridiculed the legal threat, saying he had received a letter from a lawyer representing Assange "written in the worst German I ever read", which failed to mention a single law he might have broken. WikiLeaks threatens legal action against Daniel Domscheit-Berg | Media WikiLeaks threatens legal action against Daniel Domscheit-Berg | Media
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WikiLeaks : un antisémite obsessionnel travaille pour Julian Assange WikiLeaks : un antisémite obsessionnel travaille pour Julian Assange Depuis Septembre 2000, DES INFOS.com est libre d'accès et gratuit pour vous donner une véritable information sur Israël Etrange que les médias francophones n’en parlent pas (contrairement à la presse britannique). L’un des collaborateurs de Julian Assange est un tristement célèbre faux juif mais vrai antisémite et négationniste qui se fait appeler Israel Shamir (un Russe-Suédois qui a au moins six noms).