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Comment: Re:But why? (Score 2, Insightful) 282

by jproffer (#22471174) Attached to: WikiLeaks Under Fire
I wouldnt be surprised, if this isnt an attempt to censor or take down wikileaks, but rather an attempt to discover, and possibly gain control of, the owner(s) of the website. You notice in the judge's order, part of it was to remove any privacy protection and to turn over all records, current and past, of all administrative, technical, and billing contact person(s) since the creation of wikileaks. Want to bet, that the judge was pressured by someone (or some people) in the US govermnent who have accounts at said bank in question at wikileaks? :)

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