Yesterday I went to see, with mixed feelings, the independent film 'We Steal Secrets: The Story of WikiLeaks' and it is worth seeing. Part of the film is on Bradley Manning; whose case I have not followed in detail, but raises questions as to his suitability to handle secrets.

Yes a good number of the real people interviewed have had a close association with Mr Assange. I was stunned that General Mike Hayden contributed, he is credited with the film's name.

Overall Mr Assange comes out very badly, as a person, his Wikileaks campaign and leaves more questions unanswered about him.

Needless to say he doesn't like the film and Tweeted:
an unethical and biased title in the context of pending criminal trials. It is the prosecution’s claim and it is false
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