He took an oath to safeguard the classified information he had access to. Breaking that oath is illegal...and treason.It seems he just was a whistleblower, I'm just not understanding what more there is to it.
He didn't "blow the whistle" he compromised national security.I don't know the details, maybe he released it the wrong way that was criminal... In which case he deserves to go to jail, but I thought that blowing the whistle on wrong doing was like a duty, not something to be vilified?
Yes, you've missed the facts.I think better questions to consider would be; how come there are so many whistleblowers lately? And how come the government is acting to crack down on those whistleblowers??
But, maybe I've just missed the facts of the case that show this man guilty...
The Department of the Navy and the Navy and Marine Corps couldn't take care of the problem probably because it would be unconstitutional.
I'm sure you noticed that there's little problem with the airmen stationed over at Kadena AFB or the Marines at the MCAS Futenma. So who exactly are these rapist ?
What happens on the Rock stays on the Rock. It's a dirty little secret.
Well, he at least handled it the wrong way, but regardless, it's dangerous to blow the whistle these days.He didn't "blow the whistle" he compromised national security.
Yes, you've missed the facts.
It's dangerous to commit treason in any days.Well, he at least handled it the wrong way, but regardless, it's dangerous to blow the whistle these days.