Wikileaks founder ‘boasted of fathering kids all around the world’February 11th, 2011 - 11:33 am ICT by ANI
London, Feb 11 (ANI): Julian Assange, founder of whistle-blowingwebsite Wikileaks, apparently boasted about fathering kids all around the world, according to an explosive new book.
The book, Inside Wikileaks, also claims that Assange preferred his conquests to be 22 or under, reports the Daily Mail.
Former Wikileaks insider Daniel Domscheit-Berg describes Assange as a paranoid megalomaniac whose lack of personal hygiene and table manners suggest he was ‘brought up by wolves’.
According to the book, the organisation was chaotic and unable to protect its sources.
“Julian’s main criterion for a woman was simple,” said Domscheit-Berg, in an excerpt of the book.
“She had to be young. Preferably younger than 22. And it went without saying that she couldn’t question him.
‘”She has to be aware of her role as a woman”, he used to say,” Domscheit-Berg added. (ANI)
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