Persons On The Inside

by
Abby Zimet

With Wikileaks reportedly set to release the largest cache ever of secret documents, this time from Iraq, the Army is scrambling to play catch-up. They have over 100 analysts ready, they recently updated their rulebook on SAEDA - Subversion and Espionage Directed Against the Army - to include leaks of classified information, and a lame Bosnia-era training cartoon, unearthed by Gawker and clearly no match for Assange, could be used to re-enforce their message about "the Army's stuff - you got it, they want it." 

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