Insider Leakers: Bradley Manning / Edward Snowden / James “Hoss” Cartwright

2013 Army specialist Bradley Manning is on trial for dumping a quarter million diplomatic cables to Wikileaks, whose founder Julian Assange is in diplomatic custody of the Ecuadorian embassy in London; Edward Snowden is a man without a country after upending the NSA’s sprawling surveillance efforts that included telephone and internet surveillance; and the Department of Justice has named retired Marine General James “Hoss” Cartwright as one of the targets into an investigation of leaks associated with the combined US/Israel sabotage of Iranian nuclear facilities with the Stuxnet worm. Considered major breeches of U.S. security, the Obama admisistration and other international actors are evaluating the severity and consequences of these leaks. With his escape that took Snowden through Honh Kong and Moscow, Snowden carried four laptop computers that authorities are assuming contained sensitive information that the Chinese and Russians could have copied. July 1,…

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