Friday, June 13, 2008

Security Matters? Not so much!

Out of England comes a disturbing story of top level secret documents being left on a train. Keith Vaz MP, chairman of the powerful Home Affairs select committee told the BBC: "Such confidential documents should be locked away...they should not be read on trains...."[more here]

Ya think? Apparently the Metropolitan Police is investigating. These documents are described as a security breach:

One, on Iraq's security forces, was commissioned by the Ministry of Defence. According to the BBC's security correspondent, Frank Gardner, it included a top-secret and in some places "damning" assessment of Iraq's security forces,

The other document, reportedly entitled 'Al-Qaeda Vulnerabilities', was commissioned jointly by the Foreign Office and the Home Office....[here]

There IS more, and you can read that here.


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