Newer News: September 2012
August 2012 Intelligence News
- The Document That Might Spell Trouble for Ex-Navy SEAL Author by John Hudson, The Atlantic Wire, August 27. "If ex-Navy SEAL Matt Bissonnette discloses classified information in his upcoming tell-all on the mission to kill Osama bin Laden, he could be subject to criminal prosecution under the Espionage Act, as we noted earlier. But even if he doesn't divulge any secrets, he's still got major legal problems."
- Bin Laden Raid SEAL Author Faces "Double Jeopardy" by Mark Thompson, Time Battleland, August 27. "Even if he takes care to ensure he spills no SEAL secrets, he could still be in trouble for not letting the government vet his book prior to publication."
- Defense vague on plan to plug press leaks by Austin Wright and Leigh Munsil, Politico, August 2. "While the Pentagon insists it's not doing anything that should alarm reporters, it has yet to offer a direct response as to exactly what it means when it says it's going to monitor news reports for unauthorized disclosures."
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Updated September 4, 2012