WikiLeaks` Assange says work to go on
London: WikiLeaks` founder Julian Assange, freed on bail on Thursday after nine days in a London jail over alleged sexual offences, said he wanted to press on with his work releasing U.S. cables and that he was innocent.
"I hope to continue my work and continue to protest my innocence in this matter and to reveal as we get it, which we have not yet, the evidence from these allegations," he said in a brief statement on the steps of the High Court in London.
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