Former Friends Ask WikiLeaks Founder: Where's the Money?


"I don't have all the experience needed to take all of these decisions myself," he said. "No one has that. " "That's why it's better to have more than just one media corporation that is telling you the truth."

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Kristinn Hrafnsson, a spokesman for WikiLeaks. told ABC News that there had been a delay and he was no longer sure how much of the $50,000 that WikiLeaks would be able to send to Manning's defense fund. He also said the former WikiLeaks members who are launching OpenLeaks are people with an agenda, and that their description of Julian Assange is not accurate.

But Hrafnsson also applauded the idea of a new leak web sites. "I think it's an excellent idea and I wish them well. I think the more, the better."

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