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Commenting article: Assange Backs Bulgarian Journalists in Exposing PM's Criminal Past

The founder of WikiLeaks, Julian Assange, has confirmed that the US diplomatic cables about the alleged criminal past of Bulgarian Prime Minister, Boyko Borisov, leaked through the whistle-blowing site, are fully authentic.

Assange spoke via Skype during the European Parliament's seminar focusing on corruption practices in Member States, which was held Wednesday evening. The seminar was organized by MEPs from the Special Committee on Organized Crime, Corruption and Money Laundering (CRIM).

From the Embassy of Ecuador in London, where he is hiding to avoid extradition, Assange stressed the leaked cables can be used as evidence in Court, but people still don't know how they can do it.

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Al - 6 Dec 2012 // 15:17:16

Quote from the article: "...declaring Borisov was establishing dictatorship in the country.".

Please.

When Obama says "If I was a Bulgarian, I'd wote for Uncle B.", he's not just being polite.

John Beyrle was a lame pu$$y with limited insight. Recent intelligence probably confirms, that Uncle B is the best.

Furthermore, Uncle B doesn't even need a haircut.

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