- The Washington Times - Tuesday, November 30, 2010

ANALYSIS/OPINION:

WikiLeaks’ public release of classified American documents, illegally obtained by traitors, represents nothing less than active participation in aiding and abetting terrorism. This abomination can only serve to undermine the freedom and security of Americans and our allies.

We are engaged in an epic struggle with those who seek to destroy our way of life and extinguish liberty from the face of the earth. An organization that acts to benefit terrorists and the pernicious regimes that support them is itself a co-conspirator in terrorism.

WikiLeaks and the individuals behind it should be prosecuted and brought to justice for their criminal activity.

RICHARD DURST

Long Beach, Calif.


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