Only a small part of the WikiLeaks have been released but the rest are rumored to involve millions of private citizens.
Have you been arrested in the past 15-20 years? Have you been afraid something would come out but you gave a sigh of relief when it didn't?
Sorry. They may be in official records that have all been dumped together in information that your country has about you.
Yesterday's release were more of the highlights of only one percent of the total, according to those who released them.
However, why is the US reacting to them so much? Every single country on earth has similar secrets with it's police and military and politicians.
Why not just say: Hey, these things apply to the rest of you just as well and not say another word because every country will know that it is true?
However, where your name could be mentioned in police or military files, maybe you can sue. But probably not. Even if you did, you would have a never ending expensive hearing on your hands. Who would you sue? The government never released these.
So go back over your memories. Most of us are clear, I guess. But if your arrests or even if you have been considered a risk to the US government or committed a small/large unknown crime, Good Luck!
Me, I'm changing my name and leaving for Alaska.
This is Dan Hillyard for The West Coast Post.