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Gates and Admiral Mike Mullen, the top U.S. military officer, appeared on television talk shows renewing those concerns amid fears WikiLeaks may publish more documents.
"My attitude on this is that there are two areas of culpability. One is legal culpability. And that's up to the Justice Department and others -- that's not my arena," Gates told the ABC News show "This Week with Christiane Amanpour."
"But there's also a moral culpability. And that's where I think the verdict is 'guilty' on WikiLeaks. They have put this out without any regard whatsoever for the consequences."
Originally posted by ~Lucidity
He did it for the whole world actually. We needed a slap. And as to whether or not someone "inside the government" helped? I don't believe it matters, because whoever did it was apparently doing it for the right reasons too.
Here we have documents leaked and in leaking those document we have informants exposed and their lives in danger.
"The ability to knit together what is seemingly information that may not be related and then to take advantage of it, I think it's, you know, it's irresponsible and could very well potentially end up in the loss of lives,"
I see a pattern here. You seem (imo) to be very opinionated to anyone who might have morals. (note: I do not think the government ever had morals and for them and possibly you Luc to discuss "morals" IS hypocrisy to it's core!