There's no mention in this article about Daniel Domscheit-Berg's accusation that Julian Assange took money from Israelis to not leak material that would damage Israeli diplomacy or security. Why? The accusations require investigative reporters probing with the who, what, where, when, why, how much, etc., concerning the matter.
Former WikiLeaks staffer Daniel Domscheit-Berg has always considered Julian Assange's whistle-blowing site a two-pipe operation: One pipe takes submissions in from anonymous leakers, another publishes them out to an uncensorable web site.
But Domscheit-Berg wants to distance OpenLeaks from WikiLeaks, and says he has no intention of sharing the controversy that WikiLeaks has fueled since it published the first of a quarter million secret diplomatic cables last week. "I never knew about any diplomatic cables," he adds. "You can't imagine how happy I am to be out of this thing."