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#2932420 - 09/04/12 10:20 PM "No easy day"
Fordman
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http://www.huffingtonpost.com/2012/09/04/no-easy-day-pentagon_n_1855783.html

Just bought and read the entire thing tonight..... all I can say is its a really good read.

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#2932495 - 09/05/12 12:29 AM Re: "No easy day" [Re: Fordman]
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I plan on getting this book.
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#2932754 - 09/05/12 09:23 AM Re: "No easy day" [Re: moondawg]
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You should see the character assassination reviews on Amazon. The libtards are terrified this book will go big.

I don't believe in anyone releasing classified information; I still honor my NDA and believe everyone else should too. However, it's a bit disingenuous for the government to get PO'd about this book, when they've been leaking secrets like crazy to puff up the zerO.
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#2932904 - 09/05/12 11:44 AM Re: "No easy day" [Re: BMan]
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The question remains that did he break a code of silence in publishing this book? Did he talk about things he should'nt have? Maybe, maybe not. It's a difficult call. As a member of the armed forces (a Navy Seal), perhaps he should have remained neutral regarding politics. If he's no longer in it, that's different; he's no longer under the COC. But then, he also has freedom of speech to state his beliefs...why not, everyone else does. Why should he be an exception? He has certainly earned it, and defended everyone else's.

No matter how you slice it, this book is sure to step on some toes. I plan on getting it.
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#2932910 - 09/05/12 11:51 AM Re: "No easy day" [Re: moondawg]
Redfred16
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Just ordered it and am waiting for it to download to my Kindle. I honor my NDA also, but till they point out what parts of it break his NDA I don't think he has. Right now it just sounds like some brass is pissed they got caught lying.
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#2933040 - 09/05/12 02:32 PM Re: "No easy day" [Re: Redfred16]
TOW
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The questions is...

How does this book conflict with the movie coming out that will be playting up what a great fire fight is was..The producer was given all kinds of classified data to produce the movie..

http://articles.chicagotribune.com/2012-...elow-film-osama

http://www.guardian.co.uk/film/2012/aug/29/film-bin-laden-killing-helped-obama

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#2933510 - 09/05/12 08:35 PM Re: "No easy day" [Re: TOW]
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I think that is o's big problem is if they try to prosecute him before the election the movie may get dragged into the courts
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#2933667 - 09/05/12 10:22 PM Re: "No easy day" [Re: waynesworld]
pass-thru
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A non-disclosure agreement is a civil matter. Unauthorized disclousre of classified information is a criminal matter, punishable under both federal law and the UCMJ.

And it is a huge problem. Lots of "memoirs" disclose classified information. You won't necessarily hear about it because it is similarly a breach of classified information to identify a leak as such.

A retired General that breaches classified information could be recalled to active duty and prosecuted under the UCMJ. But that would not be the natural course...he should be prosecuted in federal court. That doesn't happen because it is a PR nightmare and federal prosecutors won't touch it. Pretty sad, huh?

This guy cannot be recalled to active duty and tried under the UCMJ because he is not retired and there is no jurisdiction to do so. And no federal prosecutor will be willing to touch it. So that leaves a civil case about non-disclosure agreement.

I think there a bunch of special ops warriors that are not much happy about some of the publicity stunts of late. Absent the civil case this guy will definately walk away with millions.

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#2933727 - 09/06/12 12:05 AM Re: "No easy day" [Re: pass-thru]
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 Originally Posted By: pass-thru
A non-disclosure agreement is a civil matter. Unauthorized disclousre of classified information is a criminal matter, punishable under both federal law and the UCMJ.

And it is a huge problem. Lots of "memoirs" disclose classified information. You won't necessarily hear about it because it is similarly a breach of classified information to identify a leak as such.

A retired General that breaches classified information could be recalled to active duty and prosecuted under the UCMJ. But that would not be the natural course...he should be prosecuted in federal court. That doesn't happen because it is a PR nightmare and federal prosecutors won't touch it. Pretty sad, huh?

This guy cannot be recalled to active duty and tried under the UCMJ because he is not retired and there is no jurisdiction to do so. And no federal prosecutor will be willing to touch it.
So that leaves a civil case about non-disclosure agreement.

And I presume Federal civil prosecutors would be equally unwilling to pusue it as well. (?)

I think there a bunch of special ops warriors that are not much happy about some of the publicity stunts of late. Absent the civil case this guy will definately walk away with millions.
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#2933887 - 09/06/12 08:26 AM Re: "No easy day" [Re: Bambi Buster]
pass-thru
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My guess is that they would be more likely to pursue but it is far from a certainty. The chance of conviction in a criminal case against this particular guy is about zero.
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