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What they are doing is criminalising him, criminalising journalistic activity.' The prime suspect in the hunt for the person who stole the files is Bradley Manning, a 23-year-old U. Army intelligence analyst who is now in military custody. Mr Stephens told the BBC that legal moves to arrest Mr Assange, who is wanted for questioning over the rape, sexual molestation and unlawful coercion of two women during a visit to Sweden in August, appeared to be a 'political stunt'.
The 'doomsday files' which have been downloaded from the Wiki Leaks website by tens of thousands of supporters are understood to include information on Guantanamo Bay, and aerial video of a U. airstrike in Afghanistan that killed civilians, BP reports and Bank of America documents. Originally the entire case was dropped by Sweden's chief prosecutor.
Ms Robinson said: 'I've noticed people consistently sitting outside my house in the same cars with newspapers.' The lawyers, from firm Finers Stephens Innocent, also claimed to be experiencing 'other forms of pressure' from Washington.
Ms Robinson references a letter from a state department legal adviser addressed to both herself and Mr Assange - appearing to suggest that Wikileaks and its lawyers were one and the same.
'This is what they believe to be a thermo-nuclear device in the information age.'It's interesting to note people as high up the American tree as Sarah Palin have called for him to be hunted down by American special forces and assassinated.'We've seen a number of suggestions that he should be assassinated, again from credible sources around the world.'This is all about a man who is a journalist.
He received, unbidden, an electronic brown envelope that journalists receive.'This particular journalist has put it out.
He took up weaving but then studied for the priesthood, desiring to be a Jesuit.Feastday: February 12 Patron of Boatmen, carnival workers, childless people, circus workers, clowns, ferrymen, fiddlers, fiddle players, hospitallers, hotel-keepers, hunters, innkeepers, jugglers, knights, murderers, pilgrims, shepherds, to obtain lodging while traveling, travelers Death: unknown Patron saint of boatmen, innkeepers, and travelers, also called "the Poor." Reported in the doubtful Golden Legend, Julian slew his noble parents in a case of mistaken identity. Returning after receiving absolution, Julian built an inn and a hospital for the poor. At an early age she entered the community of the Daughters of Charity, in Paris, France.