This isn't appropriate material for the usual Internet wave of voyeuristic indulgences, much of which is legally and/or ethically questionable anyway. It's dangerous and deadly business to do that and it's not material to which they are entitled to possess, never mind distribute and publicise globally. We're not talking about legitimate whistleblowing on illegal conduct, but dumping massive classified documents regarding a UN authorised and international forces war against a global threat, namely AQ and its Taliban ally. Enacting and/or enforcing criminal laws prohibiting and sanctioning such conduct ought to be in order.. . . NATO chief Anders Fogh Rasmussen said any release would create "a very unfortunate situation."
"I can't comment on the details of the exact impact on security, but in general I can tell you that such leaks ... may have a very negative security impact for people involved," he told reporters Friday in Berlin following a meeting with German Chancellor Angela Merkel. . . .