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It is interesting that the Obama administration (and I am sure Attorney General Eric Holder knows nothing about this either) is going after a Fox News reporter, but nothing has been done about the White House leaks of the "hit list" for drones or the cyber attack on Iran ("U.S. targeted Fox reporter in spy case, records show," May 21).

The latter two were much more dangerous than the North Korean issue to national security, but they have been underreported and forgotten. Shame on all reporters.

Lyle Rescott, Marriottsville

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