WikiLeaks’ Protected By World War II Bunker
Posted on Saturday, December 11th, 2010 at 3:04 am
Though Wikileaks founder Julian Assange is behind bars, his information is secure in a underground World War II bunker.
Photo’s of the underground vault where world’s best secrets are kept and “leaked”, have been released. According to the London daily mail, dubbed the Pionen White Mountains, the nuclear bunker, located in Stockholm is protected under 1.6-feet-thick solid steel doors, looks like a James Bond movie set.
Owned by a company called Bahnhof, the high-security computer storage facility in Stockholm showcase a “floating” conference room, designer furniture, decorative waterfalls and engines from old German U-boats that serve as backup generators, all housed in an old Cold War nuclear bunker.
The founder Mr. Karlung who spoke to BBC said he wasn’t afraid of reprisal from the U.S government for storing the secrets as he compared his job to that of the postal service. You do not blame the postman for the content of the letter – nor do you open the letter if you are a postal delivery person.