I disagree with you on the Wiki guy. There comes a point where free speech is trumped by the damage it will do. This wasn't a case where some idiot like the Phelps bunch wants to needle and throw barbs at someone's funeral just because they have the right to free speech and protest. This was instead the leak of classified documents of a government during a time of war that aides the enemy and could seriously do harm both diplomatically and on the battlefield. This is beyond just 'free speech' of a reporter to publish what he was given by source. As I said above, he willfully acted as a conduit to deliever classified documents from one government to their enemies. I see it as espionage.