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Wikileaks supporters protest in San Francisco
SAN FRANCISCO (KGO) -- Supporters of the Wikileaks website protested in front of the New York Times' San Francisco office Saturday at Clay and Montgomery streets.
The protesters taped some of the 2,000 documents Wikileaks posted online to the walls of the New York Times' building. Their aim was to call attention to false reports by several media outlets claiming Wikileaks posted 250,000 sensitive international documents online.
They also criticized companies like Visa and Paypal for pulling their services from Wikileaks.
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