posted on May, 13 2010 @ 11:01 AM
By Bill Gertz INSIDE THE RING
NATO code compromise
"The recent crash of a Polish military transport that killed most of Warsaw's senior civilian and military leaders was not only a human catastrophe
for a key U.S. ally. NATO sources said that, in addition to the loss of nearly 100 pro-U.S. Polish leaders, the crash provided Moscow with a windfall
On top of getting all of the information from the memory sticks and laptops. Russia refuses to allow Polish investigators access to the information
they found after the crash. They also will not give back the black box.
"Other Polish and NATO secrets also were believed to be aboard the jet, and so far Russia's government is refusing to cooperate fully with Poland's
government in providing details on the cause of the crash, or even to turn over the Polish jet's black boxes".
Perhaps the most significant compromise, according to a NATO intelligence source, is that the Russians are suspected of obtaining ultrasecret codes
used by NATO militaries for secure satellite communications.
If they were able to gain access ... who says they didnt install a back door to be able to access when ever needed.
Not that this could look any more suspicious:
From the warsaw business journal
Stefan Zielonka, a Polish signals intelligence officer was found dead near the Vistula River. He apparently also had sensitive NATO codes.
[edit on 13-5-2010 by Mobius1974]