I am disturbed that Wikileaks is doing this. I apologize in advance for jumping upon the soap-box. Someone stole property of the United States and gave/sold it to Wikileaks. That person will hopefully be prosecuted ASAP. Wikileaks knowingly disseminated this stolen property, therefore they should also be shut down ASAP. Wikileaks was not given permission by the American people to provide a check on power/oversight--that role belongs solely to the individual branches of the United States government. Though not perfect, Separation of Power provides an impressive safeguard against abuse by providing oversight while maintaining a good level of security. Wikileaks is not a whistleblower. A true whistleblower discovers evidence of malfeasance and, attempting to remedy the issue via the proper chain of command, is stymied by the system, therefore they have no choice but to go public. Whistleblowing is always a last resort. Wikileaks is simply attempting to damage the US. Their intent is hardly noble: I would classify it as sabotage. (On a side-note: Perhaps the Wikileaks heroes will, in the spirit of freedom of speech and the noble cause, attain and release some classified info from China, North Korea or Russia. These countries probably would not be as...lenient... as the US in their handling of the matter.) Interestingly Wikileaks have now leveled threats of leaking non-redacted documents if the US attempts to shut them down. This shows clear intent to harm the US, and could create an air-tight case for charges of espionage. One can only hope our Justice department has the guts to carry it through.