10 Of The Most Shocking Discoveries From Wikileaks
In the most controversial revelations, Wikileaks revealed that US Army attacked the journalists Saeed Chmagh and Namir Noor in 2007. The army couldn't figure out the difference between a camera and a rocket launcher.
#9 Guantanamo Bay
The standard operating procedures of Guantanamo Bay were released by Wikileaks. The official guidelines from this manual included notes that said that prisoners could be kept from seeing the Red cross up to four weeks and they used to get toilet papers as rewards.
#8 Bible Secret
The eight secret bibles of the church of Scientology were released. It also revealed the secrets from Elron Hubbard's eight levels of Church.
#7 The Australian Blacklist
Wikileaks also revealed the details of Australian blacklist that Australia has been secretly developing over the course of years.
#6 The BNP
The list of members of British National Party(BNP) was revealed. These members were banned from various UK jobs but this list documented that members of BNP were also present in police, military etc.
#5 Oil Dumping Procedure
Wikileaks revealed that Trafigura, a multinational company had been planning to dump oil processing waste into the waters off the coast of Africa.
#4 Sarah Palin's Account
The details of the email account of Sarah Palin was also unveiled by the Wikileaks
#3 The Government Messages
The pager text messages between government officials on 9/11 was released on Wikileaks
#2 The British Documents
The British military documents about stopping intelligence leaks were revealed online on Wikileaks.
#1 Confidential 9/11 Pager Messages Disclosed
As the World Trade Center and Pentagon were ablaze on September 11, 2001, the U.S. Secret Service's presidential protective detail was informed that a "Korean airliner has been hijacked" en route to San Francisco, prompting already-skittish agents to worry about another wave of terrorist attacks.
That morning and afternoon, Secret Service agents assigned to protect the president and his family found their pagers constantly buzzing with alerts both true and false. There was a false alarm about a car bomb in downtown Washington, D.C., a report of "two Arab males detained" after asking for directions to the presidential retreat at Camp David, and reassurances that "Twinkle and Turq" -- code names for the Bush daughters -- were safe and accounted for.
This unusual glimpse into the events of 9/11 comes from messages sent to alphanumeric pagers that were anonymously published on the Internet on Wednesday. The pager transcripts, which total about 573,000 lines and 6.4 million words, include numeric and text messages also sent to private sector and unclassified military pagers.
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