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And, of course, why are Pentagon documents still being released to the public that are essentially being kept in an envelope on Pentagon black-hole computers to be released to anyone with a computer with any access to the internet? What kind of information is contained within these classified documents that is kept secret and made public only because the person responsi우리카지노ble was the military’s top person? Who else in the White House is watching for leaks?
In other news: the Senate Intelligence Committee will hold a hearing for NSA whistleblower Edward Snowden on Wednesday at 10 a.m. – just four days after Trump’s executive orders to block refugees from seve