WikiLeaks has committed treason

December 01, 2010

I don't see how WikiLeaks' release of classified cables, which risk international peace and security, is not an act of treason, punishable by law ("The latest from WikiLeaks: gossip," Nov. 30). It is, additionally, an action that is infuriating because of the reckless endangerment it presents and tiring because of the low, uncommendable, voyeuristic, sideshow appeal.

Jaye Dansicker, Sparks

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