Prosecutor Said Oklahoma Soldier Broke Nation's Trust
A military prosecutor says an Army intelligence analyst defied the nation's trust by indiscriminately pulling more than 700,000 documents from a supposedly secure computer network and giving reams of national secrets to WikiLeaks.
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#1 Dec 23, 2011
What I don't understand is why a government that works for us has to keep so many secrets from us, not just the rest of the world. Secrets like the testing of LSD on U.S. Servicemen years ago. I guess they feel that was justified. We don't find out about any of these things until decades have passed, then they want to compensate the families.What other horrific deeds have the government commited, in our name, that we may learn about years down the line, or maybe never? And those people charged with keeping some of the most horrific secrets, how much can they take?
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