Friday, June 14, 2013

Pentagon afraid the Bradley Manning leaked videos will teach Al Qaeda how to kill Reuters journalists like we do

That would be the common-sense way to read this story:
A VIDEO of a US Apache helicopter attack leaked by soldier Bradley Manning revealed sensitive information that could help enemies plan deadlier assaults, according to a Pentagon official's statement read at his court-martial.---snip---The 2007 helicopter attack in Baghdad killed a Reuters news photographer and his driver.
The leaked cockpit video showed digital display information about the helicopter's airspeed and angles of engagement, according to Chief Warrant Officer 5 Jon LaRue's statement.
"Enemies can anticipate US operations and plan more effective attacks as a result," said LaRue, an Apache helicopter expert.
Yep, enemies will be able to determine exactly how we mistake the cameras of journalists for rocket launchers and blow them up, so that they will be able to do the same.

Bradley Manning should be shot, and then hung, and then poisoned, for sharing our top-secret methodologies for killing journalists.

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