The Times of Israel lays out the case that a Wikileak document leaked into the public domain pointed directly to an Iranian working for Israeli intelligence and led directly to his execution last week:
WikiLeaks may have been responsible for exposing Majid Jamali Fashi, the 24-year-old kickboxer who was hanged in Tehran on Tuesday morning after "confessing" to assassinating a nuclear scientist on behalf of Israel, a British media report said.
The Times of London reported Wednesday that a document from the US Embassy in Baku, Azerbaijan, seemingly drew attention to Fashi. The September 2009 US diplomatic document -- identified by the code 09BAKU687 -- quotes an Iranian source who was a licensed martial arts coach and trainer as describing to his American contacts pressure from the Iranian regime to train soldiers and militiamen in martial arts.
Fashi was reportedly in Baku for an international martial arts competition only days before the US Embassy document was written.
The suggestion is that the Iranian authorities identified Fashi as someone who was in illicit contact with the West on the basis of the document. He was arrested days after the publication of the document by WikiLeaks in December of 2010 and charged with carrying out the January 2010 assassination of nuclear scientist Masoud Ali-Mohammadi on behalf of the Mossad.
The British report Wednesday quotes a UK academic, Birmingham University professor Scott Lucas, speculating that the diplomatic cable may have been a critical piece of evidence or simply a pretext on which to arrest Fashi. "It could have been used as a pretext against him; to set him up as a person who could take the fall for the assassination," Lucas said.
There is nothing in the US document pertaining to Israel.
Iranian authorities claimed that Fashi admitted to travelling to Tel Aviv for training from the Mossad and funding for the killing of Ali-Mohamaddi.
There have almost certainly been other deaths as a result of the document dump -- including several Afghans working with NATO who were inadvertently exposed when media outlets vetting the documents before publication failed to remove their names. Even if names are not revealed, as this story shows, other hints can be gleaned that lead directly to an individual serving American or foriegn intelligence agencies.
Still waiting for Assange et.al. to release hundreds of thousands of cables from other governments like Russia and China. It's not going to happen, of course.
Assange's adolescent worldview only identifies one enemy of world peace - the United States.