Skip to comments.How Lady Gaga Helped Leak 150,000 Classified State Department Cables
Posted on 07/10/2010 12:40:31 PM PDT by OldDeckHand
More details are emerging about the case of Wikileaker Pvt. Bradley Manning and they are Gagalicious. Manning's plan to download and leak thousands of classified documents to Wikileaks hinged on lip-syncing to "Telephone".
Manning allegedly leaked the Iraq Apache helicopter video, and it's believed he also downloaded over 150,000 diplomatic cables from the military's SPIR-Net and shared them with Wikileaks. How did he do it without arousing suspicion? According to the New York TimesAccording to the New York Times:
"He was able to avoid detection not because he kept a poker face, they said, but apparently because he hummed and lip-synched to Lady Gaga songs to make it appear that he was using the classified computer's CD player to listen to music."
(Excerpt) Read more at gawker.com ...
...begs the questions, WTF is going on in the Army's Intelligence division? How did this kid get any kind of security clearance, but ESPECIALLY the kind of clearance that gives him access to our most sensitive foreign station cables?
I would ask why this isn't being covered by the broadcast networks, considering the fact it may be the most damaging breach of national security since Robert Hansen, but the answer is likely to be self-evident - The media doesn't want to shine any light on a homosexual serving in the military, whose homosexuality may have contributed (in no small way) to this breach.
Damn Lady Gaga. Now look what you have done. lol.
“...homosexuality may have contributed (in no small way) to this breach....”
Did you do that on purpose?
Now what's wrong with a guy prancing around singing ....
I won't tell you that I love you
Kiss or hug you
Cause I'm bluffin' with my muffin
I'm not lying I'm just stunnin' with my love-glue-gunning
Just like a chick in the casino
Take your bank before I pay you out
I promise this, promise this
Check this hand cause I'm marvelous
The spirit of Rocky Horror lives on.
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