Rumor's that Julian Assange's next Wikileaks leak will be Bank of America seem to be true. He recently said in an interview that he has enough information to force the president of B of A to resign. In a London interview Assange said "We don't want the bank to suffer unless it's called for," Assange told The Times. "But if its management is operating in a responsive way there will be resignations," he said, without giving details about the material.
We can look forward to this leak early next year. I do not think Assange talks about leaks then doesn't leak them regardless if he "doesn't want the bank to suffer."
Forbes magazine is reporting that the "confirmation of Bank of America" as the target is misreported throughout major sources on the internet. An interviewer at Forbes says he spoke with Assange's interviewer at The London Times and he said Assange did not mention which bank. Why did the rumor that Bank of America was a confirmed target start? Or is it a rumor? Assange's Times interview transcript has not been published.