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U.S. Army Document: Hillary Clinton ‘Careless or Disgruntled Employee’ — Potential Insider Threat?

by Andrew Eicher, CNSnews:

A U.S. Army OpSec (Operational Security) PowerPoint presentation obtained by Judicial Watch lists former Secretary of State and presidential candidate Hillary Clinton and former CIA Director General David Petraeus as examples of ‘insider threats’ and ‘careless or disgruntled employees’ who may be guilty of ‘critical information compromises.’ The presentation, produced as part of a cybersecurity lecture, also includes terrorists Nidal Hasan and Aaron Alexis, and classified information leakers Chelsea (formerly Bradley) Manning and Edward Snowden

The presentation warns against “Critical Information Compromises,” including material such as itineraries of “VIPs,” which could result in “attack” or “kidnapping” by a “domestic terrorist or protestors.”

It also lists “unsecure email” as an issue that can lead to an enemy being able to “kill, counter, or clone.”

An Army service member reportedly leaked the presentation last year, posting it on the “U.S. Army W.T.F.! moments” Facebook page.

Judicial Watch obtained the document, confirming its authenticity, via a January 2017 Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) lawsuit filed after the Department of Defense failed to respond to an August 2016 FOIA request.

“No wonder it took a lawsuit to extract this damning Pentagon analysis which recognizes former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton as an ‘Inside Threat’ to national security,” Judicial Watch President Tom Fitton said. “I hope the Department of Justice takes note and proceeds with an appropriate investigation.”

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