In an interview with Fox News, Sen. Graham declared that WikiLeaks had “no immunity” for its actions and that they should be prosecuted for “undermining the war effort,” though it does not appear that this, in and of itself, is a crime.
Most officials have suggested that the administration should pursue the prosecution of government officials involved in leaking the documents, and Pfc. Bradley Manning, an Army intelligence analyst, is already facing charges for a past leak to WikiLeaks. Few have argued in favor of going after the organization directly, however, and the legal basis for targeting a Swedish-based international whistleblower organization appears flimsy at best.
Sen. Graham appeared to go even further than WikiLeaks, however, and later insisted that “we need to go after anyone who was involved in the leak,” which might include a number of media outlets which publicized the 92,000 classified documents.