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McMartin’s – Over Half A Billion Swiped

Thursday, February 9, 2017 14:32
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A NASA contractor, Harold Martin III, has been indicted for stealing over a half billion – that’s right billion – pages of classified documents over a twenty year period. That’s 25 million pages a year. 

Sandy Berger would be proud…

From the WashTimes:

A former National Security Agency contractor has been indicted on 20 criminal counts involving the theft of highly classified information from the federal government during more than two decades of employment, federal prosecutors announced Wednesday.

Harold T. Martin III of Glen Burnie, Maryland, is accused of stealing more than a half-billion pages of top-secret documents and records from the U.S. government from 1996 to 2016.

The indictment against Mr. Martin indicates that the classified documents found at his home and in his car included information from the NSA, the U.S. Cyber Command, the National Reconnaissance Office and the CIA.

They didn’t have 64 GB memory sticks in 1996. Martin had to look like the Michelin Man stuffed with paper as he walked out of the building. There literally had to be clouds of classified documents flying in the wind behind his car as he drove home from work every evening.


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