Military officials are furious Friday morning over the promised release of more classified documents on the War in Afghanistan.
WikiLeaks already posted some 76,000 documents and said it will release 15,000 more.
The Websites founder said his organization has already gone through half of the remaining records, but hasn't revealed when they will be released.
"We have a duty to all the people who can benefit from the release of that information," Julian Assange said.
Military officials believe they have identified which documents they will release and fear these could be more damaging than the last.
Assange claims the Pentagon refused to help sift through the files and black out the names of Afghan informants.