18 Oct '11, 2am

WikiLeaks is far from financially endangered despite US sanctions, founder Julian Assange says

WikiLeaks is far from financially endangered despite US sanctions, founder Julian Assange says

WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange speaks to protesters outside St Paul's Cathedral. -- PHOTO :REUTERS LIMA (AFP) - WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange on Monday told Latin American media that his organisation was far from financially endangered despite sanctions slapped on it by the United States. Purportedly 'our biggest problem is an economic problem related due to that US banking and financial embargo. But we're not taking this lying down,' Mr Assange told the general assembly of the Inter-American Press Association by teleconference. 'We have been presently in a strong enough cash position to survive entirely on our cash reserves for the past 11 months, and there are not many staff organisations that are in such a strong cash position,' Mr Assange stressed from London where he is living until a court rules on his potential extradition to Sweden. In a 50-minute speech, he s...

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