The problem is that some of the information is going to be dangerous to some people, and the locations of secure locations should not be released if it puts people in danger, whether they're military or not.
For me, that's where WikiLeaks lets itself down.
On the other hand, I have no problem whatsoever in the sort of information that just shows politicians for what they are.
Whether it's embarrassing for the US government, UK government, Indian government, or any other country, a lot of these revelations do not put people in danger, and just simply highlight incompetence or hypocrisy, and I'm all for that.
I have no opinion on Assange, as I've not looked into it that much, but I will say that if I was a head of government and needed ideas to "get this man", a bogus rape charge would be as good as any way of getting him in custody.
Does anyone really believe it's coincidence?
In short, great that people's shady dealings are being put in the spotlight, but things that put people's lives in danger or supply secure information that could be used against others should not be put out there.
Let's face it.
Only the naive would be shocked by a lot of these revelations, including the sudden rape charge for the owner of the site.
Ironically, it proves a lot of what the site is saying.
Unfortunately, I'll never be shocked by anything a politician gets up to.
I feel sorry for those that believe their bull.
It's amazing what a suit, tie, and a pious smile can get you.