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I decided to search my garage this morning to make sure there were no classified documents in my garage. To my great relief, I didn’t find any.
Unfortunately, the Corvette I was hoping to find in the garage wasn’t there.
I can also assure any number of miscreants and ne’er do wells I shredded my old police notebooks that I had to keep for seven years per state requirements a long time ago.Published in Humor
Was definitely exposed. A connected e-mail server without basic e-mail controls certainly was not competent at blocking other threats.
Everything Hillary had can be assumed to be in the hands of anyone who was even remotely interested. It’s a fair bet that the Chinese have everything that Joe had – though in that case, they have more just from all the business deals with Hunter. And Swalwell’s girlfriend, Fang Fang. And Diane Feinstein’s driver.
And then the Chinese smacked themselves on the forehead for wasting money on spies when the Dims were just giving it away for free!
Everybody thought it was pretty funny when I showed them the “top secret” documents. I think the G-2 guys weren’t too serious about it either.
But they also have paperwork requirements.
Yes, it’s been a while so I couldn’t remember the details. It was exposed to the internet.
“Your attitude has been noticed. Oh, yes, it has been noticed!”
Hugh Hewitt, who as a lawyer represented the Nixon Library for years and is now a radio talk show guy, says it’s universal. Well maybe not the “junk drawers next to some old ketchup packets” detail, but there’s always disputes about the nature of material an ex-president takes.
For many years I worked as a lawyer responsible for protecting technology that was developed by a company that did both government contract work and independent work. Much of the technology development work the company did had multiple applications, but we had an internal understanding not to note the technology’s potential use on submarines, and any mention of submarines would be guaranteed to get the information “classified” by the government, and thus the technology would become unavailable for other uses.
While working for that company, I tried to stay as far away as possible from the locked cabinets that held the “classified” information.