Kelly Ogle, News 9
OKLAHOMA CITY -- WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange calls himself a journalist, he's not.
Journalists don't typically break the law to put out their information or endanger lives by doing so. Assange is an anti-government activist at best, a naive provocateur at worst.
He thinks releasing these classified documents is a game. That embarrassed world leaders will surely put down their swords, confess their evil doing and join him at the peace rally.
Julian you may be a computer genius, but you have no clue how the real world works.
You're document dump has sown the seeds of mistrust from Bahrain to Brazil as you like to say, and that is especially dangerous in the Middle East.
And Private Bradley Manning of Crescent, suspected of feeding the hundreds of thousand of documents to WikiLeaks has betrayed his country by all indications. He is not a hero.
Manning should be tried as a traitor, and Julian Assange as a spy.