Wikileaks, a site in the “shroud”

The Post discusses Wikileaks this morning.

The three-year-old group was catapulted into the spotlight last month when it released a U.S. military video of a helicopter attack on Iraqis, graphic images that drew a worldwide audience.

That might have been just the warmup. Newly leaked material — including what WikiLeaks officials describe as an explosive video of civilian casualties in Afghanistan — is being prepared for release, part of a growing treasure trove of formerly secret documents and recordings that exceeds a million records.

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