Of the 250,000 documents currently being released by Wikileaks, many appear embarrassing to the U.S. State Department, and also offer some revelations about everything from Iran's nuclear capabilities to that country's relationship with North Korea. Some American lawmakers are calling for charging Wikileaks founder Julian Assange with criminal activity, while others are saying the documents' release is an important example of freedom of the press.
We're joined now by Mark Stephens, a lawyer with Finers Stephens Innocent that has advised Wikileaks in the past ? he can't currently divulge whether he is working with the organization.
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