crets about the war in Afghanistan and documents in "two weeks", despite thePentagon's requests not to risk the lives of people involved, according to AFP.
"We are about half way, which is about two weeks' rest will be made public secretfiles on 15,000 war in Afghanistan, Julian Assange said in a news conference inStockholm.
Friday resumed its pressure on the Pentagon site to not let the documents, saying they are more dangerous than previous ones.
"We hope further that Wikileaks will not publish those documents and will notendanger human lives even more.," said Pentagon spokesman David Lapan.
Assange said, however, that Wikileaks can not be threatened by the Pentagon orother group.
"Organizations who are embarrassed by the publication of documents always requirethat they not be published," he said.
The site specializes in the publication of confidential information, Wikileaks publishedon July 25, more than 90,000 secret documents related to the war in Afghanistan,which gives the impression that Pakistan, a U.S. ally in the war, allowing his officers totreat the information directly with the Taliban. The United States has condemned the publication of secret documents.
"These 15,000 documents are those that put them aside on the basis that theycontain some indications, which means it is more likely to contain personally identifiable information. It takes a line by line analysis," the Assange said.
The site calls itself "the first intelligence agency of the people" and was founded in December 2006 Assange, a former hacker.