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Cal Thomas: Wiki-flood

Cal Thomas: Wiki-flood

Most Americans, I suspect, have the attitude that if the government is spying on someone there is probably a good reason.

In the latest document dump by WikiLeaks, Julian Assange's outfit may cause some to rethink that premise.

Mr. Assange, who is viewed by some as a patriot and by others as a traitor for exposing American secrets and putting the country in jeopardy, has, reports The Washington Post, "obtained a vast portion of the CIA's computer hacking arsenal" and has begun "posting the files online in a breach that may expose some of the U.S. intelligence community's most closely guarded cyber weapons." The trove, reportedly, exceeds "...in scale...

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