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24601 Donating Member (1000+ posts) Send PM | Profile | Ignore Mon Jun-07-10 07:09 AM
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41. No, going to a web site isn't covered by any whistle-blowing
protection statute. You gotta obey the established procedures and pick a legitimate outlet. What he did was disregard the law and pass information to those not entitled legally to receive it. If it's classified, it doesn't matter if it's combat-related information, diplomatic traffic, or the classified identity of an intelligence officer.

Scratch "courageous" and insert narcissistic & stupid.
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