Teenage WikiLeaks volunteer: Why I served as an FBI informant

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A young Icelandic boy’s journey as an informant all began with a cryptic e-mail sent to the United States Embassy in Reykjavík from Sigurdur “Siggi” Thordarson (Sigurður Ingi Þórðarsson), then an 18-year-old.

Thordarson had been involved with WikiLeaks during the previous 18 months, moving ever-closer to the inner circle of the group—Julian Assange eventually promoted him to running the group’s IRC channel, and he was put in charge of dealing with newcomers, media, and other volunteers.

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