WikiLeaks said late yesterday that recently deceased Internet activist Aaron Swartz assisted the organization, was in contact with Julian Assange, and may have been one of the organization's sources.
Reached in Iceland on Saturday evening, California time, WikiLeaks representative Kristinn Hrafnsson confirmed to CNET that the tweets were authentic but declined to elaborate.
In the tweets, the organization said it was revealing the information "due to the investigation into the Secret Service involvement" with Swartz.
Here are screenshots of the tweets:
The phrasing of the last tweet ("strong reasons to believe, but cannot prove") may … Read more