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    Defense Dept PwrPnt Depicting Former SOS Clinton as example 'insider threat'

     Judicial Watch Releases Defense Department PowerPoint Presentation Depicting Former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton as Example of ‘Insider Threat’

    (Washington, DC) – Judicial Watch today released a U.S. Department of the Army OpSec (Operational Security) PowerPoint presentation that depicts former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton as an example of “insider threats.”  The PowerPoint presentation, produced as part of a lecture on cybersecurity, also includes General David Petraeus, terrorist Nidal Hassan, Bradley (Chelsea) Manning, Edward Snowden, and Washington Navy Yard shooter Aaron Alexis.

    The documents were obtained by Judicial Watch in response to a January 11, 2017, Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) lawsuit in the U.S. District Court for the District of Columbia seeking the PowerPoint presentation on operational security delivered to soldiers at Fort Leonard Wood (Judicial Watch v. U.S. Department of Defense (No. 1:17-cv-00060)). The lawsuit, which is now settled, had been filed after the Department of Defense failed to respond to an August 22, 2016, FOIA request.

    The PowerPoint presentation warns against “Critical Information Compromises” involving material such as the “itineraries of … senior executive service (SES)” and “very important persons (VIPs),” any of which can result in “Attack, Kidnapping, Publicity.” It also cites “unsecure email” as an error that can lead to an enemy being able to “Kill, Counter, Clone.”  Judicial Watch’s investigations into Clinton’s email practices while secretary of state repeatedly produced examples of Clinton aide Huma Abedin sharing the schedule and travel plans of Clinton on an unsecure email system.







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  • Rozinante (3887 posts)
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    1. I don't care if Judicial Watch is RW.

    Theyre doing a far better job of governmental transparency and accountability than the MSM.

    • Babel 17 (3828 posts)
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      3. Several interests got served by letting JW do the heavy lifting

      JW gets the publicity, earns some respect, and gains credibility. The MSM didn’t have to risk incurring the wrath of her majesty and her court, or pissing off her voters, by being the bad cop and doing their jobs. And because it’s from JW, when they did mention what Judicial Watch has gotten, it helped her majesty that their name was mentioned.

      The AP has also filed FOIA requests, I’m not sure why I can’t recall anything specific coming from about that. Maybe their requests are redundant, and JW releases first?

  • Babel 17 (3828 posts)
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    2. And so the hits will still keep on coming

    Days after the technical crisis, on Jan. 9, 2011, an IT worker was forced to shut down Clinton’s server because he believed “someone was trying to hack us.” Later that day, he wrote, “We were attacked again so I shut (the server) down for a few min.” It was one of several occasions when email access to Clinton’s BlackBerry smartphone was disrupted because her private server was down, according to the documents.

    The AP reported last year that in the early morning hours of Aug. 3, 2011, Clinton received infected emails, disguised as speeding tickets from New York. The emails instructed recipients to print the attached tickets. Opening an attachment would have allowed hackers to take over control of a victim’s computer.

    In a blistering audit released last month, the State Department’s inspector general concluded that Clinton and her team ignored clear internal guidance that her email setup broke federal standards and could leave sensitive material vulnerable to hackers. Her aides twice brushed aside concerns, in one case telling technical staff “the matter was not to be discussed further,” the report said.

    The State Department has released more than 52,000 pages of Clinton’s work-related emails, including some that have since been classified. Clinton has withheld thousands of additional emails, saying they were personal. The emails released Wednesday were not made available until after the inspector general’s office published its report, and Judicial Watch asked a federal judge to force the State Department to turn them over.

    Nobody is left in place to enforce the Clinton Rules regarding her majesty.


    And right after that they mention Pagliano, and his use of his Fifth Amendment right against self-incrimination. I sort of think we might be hearing more about him, and his immunity deal will be examined so as to reveal how he can be compelled to testify, at least about some things.

  • leveymg (3845 posts)
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    4. That is precisely how an InfoSec professional would view her private server

    A security threat, and not just to HRC, herself.