18 Aug 2010

Air Force Issues Memo Warning Soldiers Not to Read WikiLeaks Docs

An Infowars.com reader at the Homestead Air Reserve Base in Florida sent the memo below, originally posted on the 482 FW Community Bulletin Board. The memo instructs government personnel to not access the Wikileaks website or download “publicized classified information,” namely over 70,000 classified documents on the war in Afghanistan. “Looks like they don’t want us government employees to know the truth,” remarked the person who sent the memo.

In essence, the memo confirms that the Pentagon is monitoring the web activity of its soldiers and employees.

wikimemo (click image for a lager view)

The classified documents, posted on the internet on July 25, created a firestorm of controversy. A few days later, the Wall Street Journal reported that the Pentagon had determined that Pfc. Bradley Manning, an intelligence analyst assigned to a support battalion with the 2nd Brigade Combat Team in Iraq, collected the documents. Bradley is also suspected in the Wikileaks’ release of a helicopter cockpit video of a deadly 2007 firefight in Baghdad that killed a journalist.

Full article by Kurt Nimmo on Infowars.com