Will WikiLeaks’ promised bombshell leak that could “take down a bank or two” end up being nothing but a snoozer?

The embattled site’s founder Julian Assange has said privately that he doesn’t know if the material he has on Bank of America Corporation contains anything scandalous or newsworthy, Reuters reported on Wednesday. Three people familiar with Assange’s private discussions about the internal data said he indicated that he has e-mails from an executive’s computer, the latest of which are dated sometime in 2006.

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