"My eyes just popped out when I got a preview of the documents on wikileaks, I could find no basis of fact to them reported on FOX, CNN, Reuters or BBC.
So I decided to do a quick google and the only source of the documents was a from a website called TheSpoof.com.
"It's clear that Wikileaks have just lifted the story from a spoof website without even checking their sources" - US Defence Secretary Robert Gates
Mr Gates went on to add "If you ask me that Wikileaks guy has a bit of a pervy look about him..." before his statement was halted by a government lawyer.
"the spoof" has confirmed the documents have appeared on it's website
"About 3 weeks ago, out of nowhere 300 writers volunteered to start writing for 'the spoof' site, they were all from the Washington area. Their writing was prolific, efficient, regimented. They seemed to churn out stories with military precision, always about some boring tactical stuff in Iraq. I just browsed thru their stuff, you wouldn't believe the amount of crap I have to read in this job!" - the spoof editor
Mr. Ass Agnes the Wikileaks founder has insisted he got the articles from a genuine mole inside US military establishment and that all this is a smear campaign against him.
Meanwhile, hot on the heals of the Pulitzer nominated 'Chile Mine Theme Park' exclusive.
The Daily Star has today exclusively published Iraq documents on their front page, days before the official publication by Wikileaks.
Once again the Daily Star have refused to name their sources.