Wednesday, October 19, 2016

Possession of Wikileaks Material Illegal?

CNN claims possession of documents released from Wikileaks is illegal by the average citizen. That's kinda scary but this article clarifies and says that's not necessarily the case. As they point out, if we stuck to that, "possession of the Pentagon Papers would lead to the arrest of tens of thousands of citizens". 

So don't be too worried. Besides, how they going to catch you?

As an aside, What bothered me most about that article was CNN suggesting we'd just have to get the information from them. No, I don't trust them and shudder to think of back in the day before internet when we had no choice but to get our news from them.


At 9:34 AM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

CNN is pro Clinton to an absurdly obvious extent.

Fox is pro Trump to an absurdly obvious extent.

It doesn't surprise me they'd make a flimsy attempt to try scaring people off from this information.

No matter who wins this election, everyone loses. I agree with Glenn Beck on this one. Elect Clinton, then fight her legislatively. Don't put full-tilt crazy in the White House.

At 10:48 AM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

She is on our payroll, we are the boss. Bosses have the right to check in on their employees to assure good work ethics. If we can be so bold, we should demand an accountability of all our employees in office. Perhaps then we would fully understand why they are hesitant in prosecuting. They're all hiding something.
We, the tax payer, purchased their papers, printers, phones, computers, desks, chairs, buildings, airplanes, and all things neccessary to run an office. We pay their salaries, pensions, travel expenses, healthcare, vacations, caterers, body guards, chauffers, secretaries, infinium.


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