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Prosecution Against Alleged Stuxnet Leaker Reportedly Stalls Over US Foreign Policy Considerations


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Prosecution Against Alleged Stuxnet Leaker Reportedly Stalls Over US Foreign Policy Considerations

Kevin Gosztola, FireDogLake

The Washington Post has reported that the leak prosecution of retired Marine General James E. “Hoss” Cartwright, who allegedly disclosed information on the Stuxnet cyber attack against Iran’s nuclear program, has stalled. United States government officials are apparently concerned it may impact US-Israel relations or jeopardize a nuclear deal with Iran.


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Not mentioned in the article is the niggely little factoid that Stuxnet is the "gift that keeps on giving". It is everywhere, infecting computer systems worldwide. Talk about a real in-fact Pandora's box!


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As if both Israel and Iran don't know the full extent of the US spying/meddling in this.

Stalling to get past the next election without tarring both Parties with the endless corruption brush. The "First Woman President" Clinton Dems have buried Bengazi and the "King Bush the Third" Reps are burying this. They're all scratching each others' lying cheating backs.

Given the original attack was probably approved and planned well prior to Obomber being elected, the Bushites want to bury who ordered it originally...