The US government can now assume that every Intelligence Agent is a whistle blower and is leaking docs. As it should be, If you don’t want to get caught doing something objectionable or morally wrong, you won’t have to worry about being exposed if you just refrain from doing it in the first place.
The U.S. government believes that someone other than former National Security Agency contractor Edward Snowden has recently leaked secret national-security documents to the media, an official confirmed Tuesday.
The documents, published by the Intercept on Tuesday, detail the growth of federal terrorist watch lists. They were drafted after Snowden fled prosecution in the U.S. for Russia, when he no longer had access to classified intelligence networks.
CNN first reported that the government has assessed a second source of the documents. Classified as “secret” with instructions not to reveal them to foreign nationals, the documents would have been available broadly throughout the intelligence community and the military on the classified SIPRNet, the Secret Internet Protocol Router Network, the system predominantly used by former Army Private Bradley Manning to collect documents to pass to WikiLeaks.
That network is open to a vastly larger audience than the top-secret-level JWICS, the Joint Worldwide Intelligence…
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