posted on Jan, 2 2010 @ 08:06 PM
reply to post by gortex
I have some problems with the story, aside from most of the content
, but for the sake of discussion I'll leave that aside.
If a source of information is rare, or extraordinary, by definition it doesn't occur often. Because the information doesn't occur often the number
of people with access to it is limited. So, therefore, if someone leaks a piece of that information the potential suspects are limited.
Assuming said department doesn't employ huge numbers of people, a job description, and their sex, further narrows the list of potential suspects.
I don't think a serious organisation would have any trouble tracking him down at all. Spies steal information, but don't make their job description
public, and making the information they've stolen public, would be an extremely efficient way to get caught. They''re supposedly Eyes Only
documents, which, again, by definition are limited to those with a need to know.
How long, from the short-list of people with access to such information, would they have to follow people or bug internet/phones to discover who it
I think were he real he'd be tracked down fairly quickly, and the highly punitive NDAs that he signed would be enforced quite quietly by the court
system, and potentially espionage charges too.
So I think he's talking BS. That and the content