posted on May, 2 2012 @ 03:51 PM
reply to post by Cosmic911
Too bad they won't release any information on what was lost, I really wanna know what was in all those boxes. At its most basic level, this theft or
crappy management of classified material is a serious problem because this is a direct threat to National Security, among many other things. If
someone stole those materials then we have a HUGE problem, huge. If someone misplaced them then they need more training, supervisors included, or be
fired. Losing classified material is a big no no. I know that sounds obvious when you hear it but it really is a serious job that should be feared. If
you're not paying attention you could end up doing serious damage to National Security and yourself. And if you affect NS then you're probably going
to be facing charges yourself. No bueno.
The National Archive obviously is wired out the butt with security equipment. So at least they have a record of the security tapes if need be. I'm
definitely surprised that its acceptable to them to lose classified material. If the volume is too big for you to handle then open up another location
to split the load, so on and so forth
. Losing classified material is not acceptable with me.
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