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originally posted by: Sublimecraft
Precedent dictates that he was extremely careless without intent in copying 1000 classified documents, if that fails, he simply pleads "I don't recall" then he will be able to keep his security clearance and get a promotion.
originally posted by: Zaphod58
Police in the Dayton, Ohio area raided the home of Izaak Vincent Kemp last month, searching for a marijuana growing operation. During the raid they found 1,000 pages of documents, many stamped Top Secret. Kemp is a contractor working at the National Air and Space Intelligence Center. The center is known for doing foreign exploit work, which determines how foreign weapons systems work and determining any weakness in them.
The documents were classified as Special Access Programs, meaning there should have been extra security measures to protect them. According to government sources, Kemp said that he printed the documents and took them home for safe keeping.