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Submission + - WikiLeaks cleared of Wrongdoing by AFP ( 2

dwarfsoft writes: The AFP had been investigating WikiLeaks since November 30 and have said today that they have detected no offences. Prime Minister Julia Gillard, who had accused WikiLeaks and Julian Assange of acting Illegally before retracting her statements, has responded to the findings describing the site as grossly irresponsible and maintaining that she was not a fan of it.

Ms Gillard is under increasing pressure over her position against WikiLeaks after an open letter from Australian media organisations showing support for WikiLeaks as a member of the press.

Submission + - Body Scanner Operator Caught Masturbating ( 1

An anonymous reader writes: Airport officials at Denver International airport were on high alert yesterday when a full body scanner operator was caught masturbating in his booth as a team of High School netball players went through the scanner.

"The young ladies were going through the scanner one by one, and every time one went through, this guys face was getting redder and redder. His hand was moving and then he started sweating. He was then seen doing his 'O' face. That's when the security dragged him out of his booth and cuffed him. He had his pants round his ankles and everybody was really disgusted," Jeb Rather, a passenger on a flight to New York told CBS news.

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