As I’ve done for more than seven weeks, I will be updating news and views on all things WikiLeaks all day, with new items added at the top. All times are ET in USA. Contact me at firstname.lastname@example.org. Information on some of my books here.
UPDATE Tuesday’s blog now up here.
11:45 Foreign Policy post calls Palestine Papers not WikiLeaks but NastyLeaks — passed along by "disgruntled" Palestinains eager to sabotage leadership in peace talks.
10:50 From Japan Times: Waiting for WikiLeaks dam to break in Japan.
10:45 From NYT: Hillary Clinton goes to Mexico but refuses to discuss the embarrassing Wiki cables on drug war at press conference.
8:10 Big news from NBC tonight: Military admits it can’t link Bradley Manning to Assange. Also: "The officials told NBC News that a U.S. Marine commander did violate procedure when he placed Manning on ‘suicide watch’ last week." .
6:50 More attacks on Al Jazeera and the Palestine Paper leaks from Palestinian leaders today. AP report: "The Palestinians now have their own version of a WikiLeaks scandal.President Mahmoud Abbas and his aides went on the attack Monday, accusing Al-Jazeera television of lies and distortions in publishing the so-called Palestine Papers… Despite the angry denials, the hunt was on for the leaker.
"On Monday, an angry crowd of about 250 Palestinians gathered outside the West Bank’s main Al-Jazeera office, with some smashing the station’s logo and glass panels in the front door. In the search for the leak, suspicion fell on low-level employees from a support office for Palestinian negotiators. Palestinian intelligence searched computer files in the office Monday, but it was not clear if any arrests were made."
6:45: WikiLeaks reportedly gets full support from largely Arab audience at Doha. Desbate descibed pro and con.