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Snowden Has One Very Important And Potentially Devastating Question To Answer

•, Michael Kelley
Did Snowden take U.S. military documents not pertaining to surveillance?
On March 6, Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff General Martin Dempsey told Congress:
"The vast majority of the documents that Snowden ... exfiltrated from our highest levels of security ... had nothing to do with exposing government oversight of domestic activities. The vast majority of those were related to our military capabilities, operations, tactics, techniques, and procedures."

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Comment by PureTrust
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The point is, how long would it have taken the normal channels to sell the info abroad. Normally they sell it only after it becomes more or less obsolete. Snowden may have simply jumped way ahead of schedule, if he does indeed reveal the info.

What does this mean for the economy, the floundering financial system, and martial law? The military will have to jump into high gear figuring out methods for defeating their own technology. They will need more funds to do this. Can the American financial system support this? Or will the nation be forced into martial law just to get all us Americans to work for almost free inventing the new technology?