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The story of Bradley Manning's arrest has had one crucial detail missing for the last six months. The chat logs allegedly between Adrian Lamo and Bradley Manning have had 75% of their alleged content redacted by the journalists allowed access to them, and the details of the initial contact between Manning and Lamo have never been understood. While the NY Times is content to run a front page article detailing testimony from a mentally unstable ex-felon who is suddenly remembering details
Originally posted by HunkaHunka
reply to post by brill
Why does that pose a strange situation? Two prolific writers who are associated with InfoSec happen to write for the same outlets...
Why is that odd? I mean seriously, Poulsen did his time. It's not like he's working as a pen tester... he's now just writing about the scene...
I don't see where you are going with this?
Could you elaborate.
Thanks WikiLeaks, for leaking your donor list, including yours truly, by not BCC'ing - adrianlamo.com... - that's dedication.
2:37 AM Feb 14th, 2009 via web
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Я. Adrian Lamo
Adrian Lamo For the record, I still support Wikileaks, and encourage you to donate to them, especially now.
Originally posted by Faiol
I am betting that manning is just some random guy that they picked because he fitted the profile: wasnt satisfied with the government and is gay
as I said above, maybe he is just a show for the media, just to let everyone know that the guy who did it got caught