Tuesday, December 7, 2010

Another Set Of Rosenbergs

Rory J. Koopmans, B. Admin.
Beverly Crest Public Library Terminal #XXXIII
Edmonton, Alberta

December VIIth, MMX

Hon. David G. Hancock, QC, MLA
Minister of Education,
Progressive Conservative, Edmonton-Whitemud

Dear David:

Students can look at Julian Assange of WikiLeaks as kind of the anti-hero. Sure none of the documents he leaked were classified as "Top Secret." But students of all ages should be aware that some of the leaks destroyed forever, or at leaast set back many legitimate spymaster operations. I am sure that some American spies & other civilians will of course lose their lives b/c of the leaks. Yes the public has a right to know, but it should be after a certain timeframe. Even with the expiration of Congressional & Presidential Executive Orders regarding WWII documents being released just this year, there are at least 400 million plus pages in regards to that war that have never come out. If Assange had just waited 10-12 years when new administrations were in place, then his government document leaking would not have such a profound effect. How David is the XLIVth (44th) US President, Barack H. Obama supposed to make decisions & give orders that will protect the US & its Allies if his decisions are being leaked while he is still the President (which he legally is until January XXth, MMXIII?)

Spy With Honour & Not Disgrace Kids,


Source: The New York Times, Scott Shane.

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