Thursday, June 12, 2008

Secret al-Qaida, Iraq files found on British train

I hope this idiot is fired and sent to some salt mine some place. I am amazed that the BBC is going to sit on the exact contents of this. They usually print anything that will hurt the British in huge headline to ensure that the enemies of the State can see it.

Maybe that means it was good news?

Secret al-Qaida, Iraq files found on British train: "Secret government documents on al-Qaida and Iraq were left on a commuter train, prompting a major police investigation into the latest in a series of embarrassing security breaches, British officials said Wednesday.

The documents belonged to a senior intelligence official in the Cabinet office and were found by a passenger on a London commuter train Tuesday. The envelope was then passed to the British Broadcasting Corp.

Seven pages stamped 'UK Top Secret' included the latest government intelligence assessment on al-Qaida and Iraq's security forces, the BBC said. The documents were also stamped 'for UK/US/Canadian and Australian eyes only.' The first page was dated June 5, the BBC reported.

Two of the assessments were made by the British government's Joint Intelligence Committee. The report on Iraq was commissioned by the Ministry of Defence. The al-Qaida report was commissioned by the Foreign and the Home Offices."

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