ASSANGE STEALS HIS HOST’S PRIVATE DIARY, THEN PUBLISHES IT ONLINE December 17, 2010Posted by feedthemoon in Uncategorized.
Captain Vaughan Smith surely couldn’t have guessed that when he took in Julian Assange as his house-guest on condition of bail, he would be so badly betrayed so quickly.
Early reports indicate that Julian Assange crept into former British army captain’s room in the early hours of this morning.
Once inside, it is rumoured, he gently kissed the sleeping Smith upon the forehead before removing his private diary from the bedside cabinet and exiting the room on tip-toe.
The ‘Wiki-Sneak’ then crept downstairs, entered his host’s study, and under cover of darkness, opened up the Captain’s laptop.
It no doubt took Assange no time,using his considerable hacker-skills,to by-pass Smith’s password, then proceed to scan and post the contents of the diary online.
A wiki-leaks insider told me the act was not malicious:
‘The diary would have been like cat-nip to Julian’, he confided. ‘Julian simply wouldn’t have been able to resist the temptation.’
Meanwhile The Guardian newspaper is said to be eagerly pouring over the contents of the diary, looking for any entry that may further incriminate Iran.