Former US President Bill Clinton is speaking out on the WikiLeaks issue that threatens to ruin the lives of many high profile people.
He says that site founder Julian Assange has not managed to evade the American authorities and when they do catch up with him he will be in a bucket of very, very hot water.
The documents being released by WikiLeaks pose a national risk to security, thus were confidential, not meant for the eyes of anybody who wanted to take a peak.
“I’ll be very surprised if some people don’t lose their lives,” Clinton said in a speech in North Carolina. “And goodness knows how many will lose their careers.”
Question is, if those documents were so private, how did WikiLeaks get access to them?