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Thursday, February 28, 2008

 

WikiLeakS.org taken offline by US courts.

For the first time a whole web site, named WikiLinks.org, has been taken off the internet by court order. This is the first time a court has been willing to censor an entire web site DNS entry by taking it off the internet, rather than just ordering it to remove critical information.

WikiLinks.org uses the popular "User Contributions" web technology of a WIKI to provide a forum for WHISTLE BLOWERs world wide to air information that reports various forms of wrongdoing. This is a great anonymous service that puts a great check on governments and businesses that would harm people or the environment for profit.

"The US arm of Wikileaks, a website that makes it easy for whistleblowers to leak documents, has been cut off after hosting evidence that claimed a bank located in the Cayman Islands engaged in money laundering and tax evasion."

Julius Baer, the illicit banking enterprise in the Cayman's, claims that the leaked records were 'stolen and forged'. This suspicious statement is perplexing? Why would someone steal forged documents to post on WikiLinks.org? Many believe that the bank is just trying to protect its illegal tax evading customers and keep them from fleeing the sinking ship.

Although still technically available at http://88.80.13.160/wiki/Wikileaks, their IP number, WikiLinkS.org is essentially censored by the US government. The ACLU and other liberty protection organizations are defending WikiLinks.org.

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