WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange remains under house arrest but that didn't stop him from accepting more secret documents from a Swiss whistleblower.
The ex-banker says he has evidence wealthy celebrities and lawmakers didn't pay their taxes. He won't name names, but says they include high-profile people from the U.S., Britain and all over.
Assange, meanwhile, promises full revelation but says it will take time. He says WikiLeaks will step up the release of thousands of secret U.S. diplomatic cables before being able to focus on the banking revelations.
Assange is currently fighting extradition to Sweden where he's wanted on sex charges.
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