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WikiLeaks spokesman in Berlin, Daniel Schmitt poses for a photo after an interview with the Associated Press in Berlin, Germany, Saturday, Aug. 7, 2010. Schmitt said Saturday the new batch of classified documents the website is preparing to release will contribute to the public's understanding of the war. An online whistle-blower's threat to release more classified Pentagon and State Department documents is raising hard questions of what the U.S. government can or would do, legally, technically or even militarily to stop it. (AP Photo/Markus Schreiber)
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WikiLeaks spokesman in Berlin, Daniel Schmitt poses for a photo after an interview with the Associated Press in Berlin, Germany, Saturday, Aug. 7, 2010. Schmitt said Saturday the new batch of classified documents the website is preparing to release will contribute to the public's understanding of the war. An online whistle-blower's threat to release more classified Pentagon and State Department documents is raising hard questions of what the U.S. government can or would do, legally, technically or even militarily to stop it. (AP Photo/Markus Schreiber)

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