posted on Nov, 16 2012 @ 08:12 PM
Originally posted by neo96
4 Americans dead and they don't know "who changed cia talking points
Worked in the intelligence community and special operations for years.
Any document like this that is "staffed" is tracked and initialed (electronically via return receipts) by the people who make the changes and only
certain people have editing privileges for the document.
All distribution (unless it’s a SAP in which all copies are numbered and personally exchanged and signed for) are done electronically and tracked
and any changes made are electronically viewable in the "track changes" function of MS word.
All government computers, especially those that traffic in classified information are accessed by users using a real ID and unique password.
They most assuredly know who made the changes - since they don't want to tell I'm going to go out there and opine that whomever made the final
changes was a member of the campaign staff (or media relations) and not an intelligence professional. There is even the possibility that the person
making the changes has the ability to claim "executive privilege".
They know full well who it was exactly - they are just drawing straws to see who gets to take one for the team. Once a deal is struck the person
offered in sacrifice will claim they acted in good faith without the knowledge of the POTUS or his senior staff. They will be shuffled off to a
remote place and be compensated with an equally high paying government job at our expense.