Wikileaks director Julian Assange has taken delivery of the details of about 2000 wealthy clients of the Swiss banking system. Rudolf Elmer, a former bank employee handed over a cd with the information at a press gathering in London. Elmer has described the clients, who may have avoided massive amounts of tax across the globe, as "well known pillars of society". Elmer will stand trial in Switzerland, but it is Assange who is going to upset a lot of very important people, for they are not only important, they are influential; they can have him killed and get away with it. Who would want Julian Assange dead? Well, nobody, apart from the CIA and 2000 secretive money men.
Somewhere in a subterranean lair is a man in a Nero suit stroking a cat: "Take care of Mr Assange, he has become a nuisance".