Tuesday, May 16, 2006

Telecom leak

1) The man in question did not have final SIS security clearance (therefore he shouldn’t have handled these sorts of documents)
2) Apparently he resigned, i.e. he was NOT fired
3) We all want to find out if any trades were made by anyone involved in this scandal or if there was any unusual trading. Just because one man is guilty doesn't doesn’t mean everyone else is innocent.
4) Isn't it odd that messengers on (I heard about about 30k a year but maybea bit more?) take these documents for destruction? Isn't it a bit unwise to place a document worth 2 billion dollars in the hands of a such a person.


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