On Monday, anti-secrecy group Wiki Leaks announced it had got hold of more than 5 million emails from Stratfor, an american political analyst firm, and would publish them during the coming weeks. correspondents, were present at the press conference at the Frontline Club."However, some of information in the emails appeared weaker than the site's release would suggest", British newspaper The Guardian wrote about Wikileaks.
Working in collaboration with a number of international media organizations, Wikileaks and its founder Julian Assange held a press conferens in London and described the emails on the Wikileaks web site:"They reveal the inner workings of a company that fronts as an intelligence publisher, but provides confidential intelligence services to large corporations...". The Guardian, The New York Times and a number of other news organizations that used to cooperate with the Wikileaks no longer do so.
Expressen, the Swedish daily with some 1.7 million readers per day, today continues to cover Wikileaks relationship to Sweden. is now using the legal process to force extradition.
Wikileaks' leadership, according to the organization's own material, is convinced that Julian Assange was the victim of a conspiracy when two Swedish women reported him to the police for rape and sexual assault in 2010. The organization is convinced that Swedish journalists, politicians and government officials are involved in the alleged conspiracy.
According to several sources familiar with Wikileaks' material and planning, several individuals have been involved in the investigation:"They include activists from Europe, as well as in Sweden.
Therefore, according to Expressen's sources, for sometime the leadership has been discussing various scenarios to "reveal the conspiracy"and stop a possible extradition of Assange to the US.For this reason, a number of Swedish journalists have also been investigated.