Whistleblower site WikiLeaks has published 75,000 classified documents detailing the war in Afghanistan.
Some say the Afghan War Diary documents are of the caliber of the Pentagon Papers in their importance while others say the leaks are a non-factor.
Wikileaks reinforces the claim that Pakistan supports the Taliban.
Who and what is WikiLeaks?
WikiLeaks is a Web site with worldwide servers that publish classified documents provided by whistleblowers and other anonymous sources.
WikiLeaks is not affiliated with Wikipedia. It’s founder is Julian Assange, who some consider the most dangerous man in the world.
WikiLeaks has previously released classified, private e-mails of former Alaska Governor and US Vice Presidential candidate Sarah Palin and published sensitive Swiss banking information.
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