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Overview of referenced cables in #thaistory

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Overview of published Thai Cables

31.8.2011 With the release of the full archive of US Embassy Cables, which include all cables sent by the Embassy in Bangkok and Chiang Mai we will discontinue publishing

those cables on the Thaicables Blog.

DOWNLOAD THAISTORY PART 3 as PDF file on the box on the right side!

You can find the full Wikileaks Cablegate Archive here: www.wikileaks.org

If the above link is blocked in Thailand, please go to: www.wikileaks.ch or any other mirrorsite

All cables which originated from the US Embassy in Bangkok can be found here while you can check here cables from the Consulate in Chiang Mai.

To download the full, unencrypted, Cablegate2 archive:

Cut and paste the following URL into a “magnet” compatible Bittorrent download client:

magnet:?xt=urn:btih:AUHKVFRXREM7DCVK54MBDBGHQNPHLG5J

Or for older Bittorrent clients:

http://88.80.16.63/torrent/cablegate/cablegate-201108300212.7z.torrent

The files are compressed with “7zip”(http://www.7-zip.org/) and unpack to 60Gb.

If you have 60Gb or more of web-server space, unpack the material and tweet a link to it, prefixed by #wlmir

If you downlaoded the encrypted file we announced previously, you don’t have to download the unencrypted torrent Instead, decrypt the encrypted file, name it cablegate-201108300212.7z and put it into your torrent client’s download directory. Then tell your client to add the torrent athttp://88.80.16.63/torrent/cablegate/cablegate-201108300212.7z.torrent and it will be automatically seeded.

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You can read Thaistory Part1 also here

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Your Thaicables Team


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June 22, 2011 at 9:55 am

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