We have not heard too much about WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange of late. This is quite a change from the volleys of support and praise
that he received from various quarters when his website was regularly publishing classified diplomatic cables.
But now that the alleged source of many of the most explosive WikiLeaks documents, U.S. Army soldier Bradley Manning, is being prosecuted, the Wikileaks-Assange saga has returned to the world stage, although at lower intensity. National Post