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From: Jeffrey Walton (noloadergmail.com)
Date: Tue Jan 27 2009 - 22:00:48 CST
I also wonder how much of the information is actually dis-information
by the War machine.
On 1/27/09, kirniki <kirnikigmail.com> wrote:
> EXCLUSIVE: Hundreds of files — with social security numbers, bank
> account numbers and other sensitive U.S. government information — were
> found in a filing cabinet purchased from the U.S. consulate in
> Jerusalem through a local auction.
> "We couldn't believe what we found," said Paula, who purchased the
> cabinets and asked that her last name not be published. "We thought of
> calling the American consulate right away, and then we thought, you
> know they'll just hide it and say, 'Oh, we made a mistake.'"
> The consulate was unaware of the missing files until FOX News
> contacted U.S. officials. Initially they said that no filing cabinets
> were sold in the auction, but later they acknowledged the sale. The
> State Department has now launched an investigation.
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