There are questions that come to mind when seeing this headline:
WikiLeaks At It Again
The first and regrettably the darkest question is that of Henry II regarding Thomas Becket, "Will no one rid me of this meddlesome priest?" It would seem that in the real world an issue like this Scandinavian do-gooder could be handled expeditiously and with the proper extreme prejudice. Where is a reliable assassin when you need one?
But the much better question to ask is, "How porous is our Pentagon security?"
How does this fool amass half a million classified documents? Does he just walk into the building with a pocket full of terrabyte drives and a USB cable? Does he have his own high-speed internet hookup to Intelligence Data Central? Is no body locking the safe at night any more?
Sure, I understand a disgruntled E-4 intel specialist being co-opted for a CD-ROM of bureaucratic reports, but this is mass access and apparently goes on without abatement.
Either there is high level administration collusion or there is a level of incompetence that has never before been achieved. Whichever it is someone better put a cork in it soon.