Reliable sources within the British Government have just revealed that they were approached late last year by US officials to seek Julian Assange of Wikileaks assistance in breaking into certain computer sites in Karachi, and in particular that of The Directorate for Inter-Services Intelligence’s under ground network. And in exchange for this help they would not seek his extradition to the US.

In December Assange gave Scotland Yard a sealed envelope to be handed to an American official residing in Holland Park, London. The contents were secret codes on how to access the targeted computer networks in Pakistan.

It is now apparent that the Pakistan Government had withheld important information that could have led the US to Osama Bin Laden as early as 2009. Hillary Clinton was right in announcing in August 2010 that Pakistan was not doing enough to catch the world’s most wanted man. In fact after the Mumbai terrorist attack India had given the US Commander in Afghanistan precise details on the tracks left by Osama Bin Laden. Apparently the Pakistanis convinced the then US Commander that the India Dossier was incorrect and dissuaded him from immediately acting on the Indian Government’s data.

It is also believed that Julian Assange will not be extradited to Sweden.

(as reported by chinese whispers)
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