Monday, November 29, 2010

Wikileaks: Time for Drastic and Decisive Action

Wikileaks: Time for Drastic and Decisive Action

It is past time for an espionage indictment of the weaselly chief and staff of Wikileaks for what they have done is clearly an attack on the United States.

Currently there is but one arrest in the leaks to Wikileaks. A low-level Army intelligence specialist, E-4 Bradley Manning, is in custody. He is being blamed, at least in the press, for the latest leak but that begs the question: How was such a low-level individual from the military able to download that much State Department information without warning bells and whistles going off all over the Intel community? Or was the release of the State Department documents from another source? Or could it have been and "approved" leak by the Obama Regime? One thing I do know is that it is entirely possible to monitor who-does-what on the government's computer systems. As early as the 1980's, when I was with DEA, if I accessed a name in the data base and there was an investigation on that individual in another office on the other side of the country--or the world--I could expect a call from that Case Agent asking why. So how could the low-level military traitor have gotten access to the State Department's classified info on such a massive scale without raising warning flags in 2010? Your guess is as good as mine.

We'll have to wait and see if the Obama Regime takes action against these people. Unless, of course, they tacitly approved of the release or liked that it damaged the United States (which does not seem beyond the pale given other actions and policies by the Regime). But given that they (the Regime) had no part in this abysmal event, action is needed and it is up to the President to direct his Attorney General to take that action. That should be doable because it does not appear that any members of the New Black Panther Party were involved.

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