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WikiLeaks Releases 1.7 Million U.S. Diplomatic Intelligence Reports

WikiLeaks Releases 1.7 Million U.S. Diplomatic Intelligence Reports

By Mark Duell
PUBLISHED: 20:00 EST | 7 April 2013
UPDATED: 01:47 EST | 8 April 2013

Whistleblowing website WikiLeaks today published more than 1.7million U.S. records covering diplomatic or intelligence reports on every country in the world.

The data released today includes more than 1.7million U.S. diplomatic records from 1973 to 1976 - covering a traffic of cables, intelligence reports and congressional correspondence.

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Bump for lifting the veil from illegal state secrets.

Congress says we can't question their $16 Trillion debt.

In spite of this they want to pretend the can rightfully keep state secrets. If its true we owe $16 trillion+, don't we own the secrets too?

Congress is elected by a minority of eligible voters with the ability to burden everyone with debt.

This is crazy! The Founding Father were crazy to empower Congress with the power to borrow on the credit of the Unites States. The States are broke and so is the federal government.

The Constitution works when hanging, prison and the pillory are used to protect the people from the tyranny of the minority.

Free includes debt-free!