"Will people trust us? Will people whose lives are on the line trust us tokeep their identities secret? Will other governments trust us to keep theirdocuments and their intelligence secret? " * Michael Moline， Chairman of Joint Chief of Stuff criticized Australian-born founder of Wikileaks Julian Assage.
Mr Assage can say whatever he likes about the great good he thinks he and his sourceare doing. But the truth is, they might already have on their hands the blood of some young soldier or that of an Afghan family.
In London, Wikieaks is still examining 15,000 more documents. He says the released documents do not include any top secret reports or names of informers or information like troop movements.
"This material doesn't just for the abusers. This material describes the past 6years of war. Every major attack that resulted in someone being detained orsomeone being killed. "
Wikileaks is a non-profit organization that publishes documents from governments and businesses. It released the documents on Sunday. It gave copies to three news organization in the United States, Germany and Britain. The White House is urging Wikileaks not to publish any more classified documents about the Afghan war. In April, the site posted video of an American helicopter strike in Iraq in 2007. That attack killed two Iraqis working for the Reuters news agency. An American soldier is charged of releasing that video. Army private Brad