WikiLeaks VIII -- Congressman King: "Bring me the head of Julian Assange"

Busch, Michael
December 2010
Foreign Policy in Focus;12/1/2010, p5
The author comments on Republican Representative Peter King's criticism against the WikiLeaks documents and its sponsor Julian Assange. King describes the WikiLeaks as worse than a military attack. He claims that King wrote to both U.S. Secretary of State Hillary Clinton and Attorney General Eric Holder asking for immediate action to be taken against the WikiLeaks and Assange. He notes King's criticism against President Barack Obama for not being upset as he should be over WikiLeaks.


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