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Pentagon worried about WikiLeaks

August 13, 2010

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— The Pentagon says it believes the next document dump by WikiLeaks will be even more damaging to national security and the war effort than the organization’s initial release of some 76,000 war files.

Pentagon press secretary Geoff Morrell said Thursday that the military believes it has identified the additional 15,000 classified documents that WikiLeaks has vowed to release.

Morrell declined to identify the documents other than to say that their exposure would be ever more damaging than the thousands already published.

Last month, WikiLeaks posted online some 76,000 secret files that described in gritty detail U.S. operations in Afghanistan.

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Richard Heckler 4 years, 3 months ago

I'm more concerned with the Pentagon budget. The USA is spending more than all other countries combined.

Killing people by the thousands in other countries is doing more harm to National Security than these NOT secret documents being released.

We're losing big government tax dollars by the steam shovel size buckets...

War profiteers love our big government tax dollars.

U.S. Congressional Wartime Commission Targets Armed Contractors Pratap Chatterjee June 23rd, 2010

This week, almost a decade after the U.S. "War on Terror" began, the Commission on Wartime Contracting held two days of hearings into the role of private contractors in conducting and supporting war. The Congressional witness table included Aegis, DynCorp and Triple Canopy. Curiously, Blackwater was not called; and the CEO of Torres Advanced Enterprise Solutions failed to appear.

http://www.corpwatch.org/section.php?id=176

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