Here is the excerpt:
The leak exposed massive corruption by Daniel Arap Moi, and the Kenyan people sat up and took notice. In the ensuing elections, in which corruption became a major issue, violence swept the country. "1,300 people were eventually killed, and 350,000 were displaced. That was a result of our leak," says Assange. It's a chilling statistic, but then he states: "On the other hand, the Kenyan people had a right to that information and 40,000 children a year die of malaria in Kenya. And many more die of money being pulled out of Kenya, and as a result of the Kenyan shilling being debased."
So, because of the truth, 1,300 people were killed, not because of corruption and a unstable region?
Hiding the truth is good, because we fear the truth?
The claim is that no one has ever been killed due to wikileaks. Assange himself said otherwise this is not true.
Whether "hiding the truth" is good or not is irrelevant to the initial claim, since a fact has no bias.