Hillary Clinton Wikileaks Statement And Remarks, November 29 2010
Secretary State Hillary Clinton Wikileaks Statement And Remarks
United States Secretary of State Hillary Clinton came out swinging against Julian Assange, calling the Wikileaks release of classified diplomatic documents "stealing... dangerous.. and not serving the public good."
Hilary Clinton continued, "this disclosure on just an attack on America's foreign policy interests it is an attack on the international community."
Hillary Clinton said she would not be addressing specific revelations in the over 280,000 documents released by Wikileaks on Sunday.
"Our policy is a matter of public as reflected in our statements and our actions around the world, "Clinton said.
And then Hillary Clinton issued this warning to Wikileaks and anyone who was involved in the leaks.
"We are taking aggressive steps to hold those responsible for this situation, Clinton said. Exactly what those steps would involve Hillary Clinton would not specify but she said the Wikileaks disclosure "tear at the fabric of "responsible government... very country including the usa must be able to have candid conversations...there is nothing laudable about endangering innocent people.