Xinzang wrote:Also... espionage charges? Last time I checked, Australia is not a state in the United States of America. So fuck off. They can charge him in absentia and nab him if he steps on U.S. soil, but other than that, they'd have to go through extradition, and he didn't break any laws by releasing info that was given to him by agents of the U.S. government.
Rainbow Dolphins wrote:Newly is Eccentrica Gallumbits, the triple-appled whore of Eroticon 6!
newlydiscovered wrote:If he were in Australia, I doubt they'd have much trouble getting him extradited. Our government generally likes to pander to the US.
SatansSpawn666 wrote:COME SISTER!! WE SHALL BURN AWAY HIS MERRY LITTLE ARSE WITH OUR FLAMING BOOTS OF UN-MERCIFUL GAIN!
Tweek wrote:The story is made bigger by the loony politicians calling for the death penalty for the leakers; you can bet your bottom dollar that these people would be hailing the leakers as heroes if they'd been Chinese and then condemning Chinese politicians who called for their punishment... perhaps the guy who runs the site should get next year's Nobel Peace Prize
edit the sad parts wrote:our world leaders don't seem to be much more than overgrown spoiled children, reveling in their own power and privilege
Enigma wrote:It's good to see a bit of accidental honesty. Governments do need to be accountable.
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