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August 2nd, 2010
10:13 AM ET

Hacker says students helped army private

The investigation is expanding into the leak of thousands of secret files on the war in Afghanistan, now leading to MIT in Cambridge, Massachusetts. CNN's Barbara Starr reports.

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  1. Smith in Oregon

    Some of the brightest students in the entire world at MIT looked at the US and Pakistani Military documents posted on Wikileaks and concluded exposing that information to the America, India and World Public would save the lives of American, NATO soldiers and India's civilians.

    Reams of Military documents outline and show that CIA officials should be immediately charged with War Crimes as it's relationship with Pakistan's ISI is exposed to include Billions of free American taxpayer dollars given to Pakistan by Bush-Cheney were funneled to Pakistan's ISI to Suicide Bombers and the Taliban to go into Afghanistan and murder as many American and NATO troops as they could while destabilizing the Karzai Afghanistan Government.

    The Wikileaks show Pakistan actively working to destabilize the Karzai Government and prevent the Trans-Afghanistan natural gas Pipeline from being built to supply Pakistan's sworn enemy India with needed Natural Gas for New Delhi, India.

    The Wikileaks show American Helicopter Pilots and their flight crews and passengers DIED because US Commanders in Afghanistan did not tell them the Pakistani ISI had acquired and supplied it's Taliban fighters with shoulder mounted heat seeking anti-aircraft missiles.

    August 2, 2010 at 8:24 pm |