posted on Jun, 12 2013 @ 12:33 PM
I highly doubt that anyone is going to be comming forward on this one, unless of course they have some sort of psychological condition affecting thier
ability to discern a threat.
The request from the publisher is basically a red flag to those who might want to know what information they have, and who gave it to them, and
personally speaking, if it was me who had handed it over, I would be thinking about how to cover my rear on this, rather than thinking about nipping
down to thier offices, giving them a call, or even sending them a nice letter thanking them for putting out such public feelers.
The editor of this publication, in my veiw, was either asked to put out a request by the intelligence services, on the off chance that the informant
is also a blithering moron, or is a blithering moron themselves. In either case, if someone does come forward, they would have to be the most
intellectually vacant bugger ever born.
You only have to look at the disruption to Mr Snowden's normal pattern of life, to realise that those who inform on government and defense contract
data, of any sort, do not get to still meet up with thier buddies for a poker night, or consume chinese food from the same outlet they have been using
since they were six years old, and although its true that some people might wear that, those same people would already have been in touch to answer
any questions that might have arisen from the provision of the data to the paper.
The fact that the information was delivered anonymously and with no personal contact data provided, means that the person who delivered it is not in
the market for a total collapse of thier own fragile normality, otherwise they would have delivered themselves along with the data, perhaps under a
false identity to protect themselves. That they didnt speaks volumes about thier intention to avoid as far as is possible, any connection being made
between themselves and the provision of this data.