NBC Evening News for Monday, Dec 06, 2010
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(London: Peter Alexander) The warning from WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange that he will wreak havoc if he is arrested or harmed featured; details given about the status of the sex crimes case against him, the release of information vital to US public health and security and his threat to release an “insurance” file. [Attorney General Eric HOLDER – says we’re looking at the things we can do to stem the flow of this information.] [Assange lawyer Mark STEPHENS- says the scheduled release will continue.] Discussion among Al Qaeda-linked jihadists on how to use WikiLeaks information to exploit US security noted.
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