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Military Denies WikiLeaks Cooperation Claims

Military Denies WikiLeaks Cooperation Claims 18 Aug 2010 The Defense Department's civilian leadership and the Army are denying new claims by WikiLeaks that the military has reached out to the self-described whistle-blowing organization to cooperate on the review of some 15,000 leaked military documents. WikiLeaks has released thousands of the classified military documents related to the war in Afghanistan and has promised to release the remaining 15,000 in the coming weeks. The remaining documents are considered particularly sensitive, and WikiLeaks Editor Julian Assange has said the organization would be willing to have the Pentagon help review and redact [!?!] the documents before the site releases them.