Charles Johnson notices that a pro-democracy reporter in Algeria mistakenly slipped through the cracks of Wikileaks' professed attempts to protect whistle-blowers and endangered informers. Where I oppose Wikileaks strongly is in the revelation of these people to regimes with no mercy. I am told the release of names is unintentional; it remains unforgivable.

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