According to Kim Zetter at Wired, a huge collection of previously unpublished classified U.S. military documents from the Iraq War is being readied for publication.
The documents constitute the “biggest leak of military intelligence” that has ever occurred, according to Iain Overton, editor of the Bureau of Investigative Journalism, a nonprofit British organization that is working with WikiLeaks on the documents.
A leak of this volume would dwarf the cache of roughly 75,000 documents that WikiLeaks published in July from the Afghanistan War.
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