WikiLeaks’ data well hasn’t run dry just yet. Rudolf Elmer, former head of the Cayman Islands office of Julius Baer, a prominent Swiss bank, turned over the details of offshore accounts for 2,000 individuals he said are guilty of tax evasion and other crimes. The list includes about 40 “pillars of society” he said. Assange said he plans to release the documents within two weeks. “The man in the street needs to know how this system works,” said Elmer, who faces trial on Wednesday in Switzerland on charges of stealing banking information. WikiLeaks and Julius Baer butted heads in 2008, resulting in the whistleblowing site briefly getting shut down before a court order was overturned.