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Monday, November 29, 2010


Secretary of State Hillary Clinton once infamously admitted to having a lot of 'baggage.' Now she can add some more as one of the things revealed by the latest Wikileaks document dump is that Hillary instructed U.S. Diplomats to spy on other countries while in her current position as head of the State Department. This document dump is likely going to be devastating to the United States and while documents also showed Condoleezza Rice had issued similar directives, Hillary, unlike Rice, is still on the job and will have to deal with the fallout.

Via Der Spiegel:
The US State Department gave its diplomats instructions to spy on other countries' representatives at the United Nations, according to a directive signed by Hillary Clinton. Diplomats were told to collect information about e-mail accounts, credit cards and passwords, among other things.

US diplomats are alleged to have been asked by Secretary of State Hillary Clinton to spy on the diplomats of other countries at the United Nations. That was the purpose of the "National Humint Collection Directive," which has been seen by SPIEGEL. The document was signed by Clinton and came into force on July 31, 2009.
It remains to be seen what this will mean for Clinton. Many have speculated about a 2012 presidential run to challenge Obama but these latest revelations may just, at minimum, render her toothless as Secretary of State and at maximum, serve as the impetus for her exodus.

h/t to Gateway Pundit

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