WikiLeaks-Manning / La referencia a España que fue "censurada"

WikiLeaks-Manning / La referencia a España que fue "censurada"
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El delator de Bradley Manning, el ex hacker Adrian Lamo, entregó a Wired una copia del historial del chat que mantuvo con el oficial de inteligencia ahora arrestado en Kuwait. Los extractos publicados representaban alrededor del 25% de los registros. Algunas partes habían sido eliminadas por el propio Lamo, según Wired, por contener información personal sobre Manning o revelar información militar sensible.

Según el "diálogo completo" que ha circulado entre los investigadores del caso, evidencia que Wired censuró uno de los pasajes del chat que hace referencia a España. La cita a nuestro país se produce en un contexto de la conversación especialmente preocupante ya que el oficial de inteligencia, que habría tenido acceso a esta información confidencial, está explicando al que luego sería su delator algunos pormenores que le han escandalizado especialmente de las informaciones que aparecen en los "cables diplomáticos" confidenciales. Manning relata aspectos ocultos de las relaciones internacionales, por ejemplo una venta de armamento de EE.UU. a Pakistán encubierta en un "paquetes de ayuda" para agua y pan. Es entonces cuando un Manning que está expresando su "hartazgo y desencanto" por lo que ha podido descubrir, escribe a Adrian Lamo:

afecta a todos en la tierra ... en todas partes hay un cable de los EE.UU. ... hay un escándalo diplomático que revelar ... Islandia, el Vaticano, España, Brasil, Mada(ga)scar.

Para una mejor comprensión de la "conversación" hemos sustituido los nombres de mensajería instantánea de la pantalla por los nombres reales de Adrian Lamo y Bradley Manning. En negrita aparecen las partes de la conversación que Wired no ha publicado y se han enlazado algunas palabras que hacen referencia a bases militares o centros de detención con la única intención de situar al lector.

(12:15:11 PM) Bradley Manning: hypothetical question: if you had free reign over classified networks for long periods of time... say, 8-9 months... and you saw incredible things, awful things... things that belonged in the public domain, and not on some server stored in a dark room in Washington DC... what would you do? (12:16:38 PM) Bradley Manning: or Guantanamo, Bagram, Bucca, Taji, VBC for that matter... (12:17:47 PM) Bradley Manning: things that would have an impact on 6.7 billion people (12:21:24 PM) Bradley Manning: say... a database of half a million events during the iraq war... from 2004 to 2009... with reports, date time groups, lat-lon locations, casualty figures... ? or 260,000 state department cables from embassies and consulates all over the world, explaining how the first world exploits the third, in detail, from an internal perspective? (12:22:49 PM) Bradley Manning: the air-gap has been penetrated... =L (12:23:19 PM) Adrian Lamo: how so? (12:26:09 PM) Adrian Lamo: yt? (12:26:09 PM) Bradley Manning: lets just say someone i know intimately well, has been penetrating US classified networks, mining data like the ones described... and been transferring that data from the classified networks over the "air gap" onto a commercial network computer... sorting the data, compressing it, encrypting it, and uploading it to a crazy white haired aussie who can't seem to stay in one country very long =L (12:27:13 PM) Bradley Manning: im here (12:27:24 PM) Adrian: Depends. What are the particulars? (12:31:43 PM) Bradley Manning: crazy white haired dude = Julian Assange (12:33:05 PM) Bradley Manning: in other words... ive made a huge mess :'( (12:35:17 PM) Bradley Manning: im sorry... im just emotionally fractured (12:39:12 PM) Bradley Manning: im a total mess (12:41:54 PM) Bradley Manning: i think im in more potential heat than you ever were (12:41:54 PM) Adrian Lamo: I have more messages than resources allocatable to action them. Please be very patient. (12:45:59 PM) Adrian Lamo: not mandatorily (12:46:08 PM) Adrian Lamo: there are always outs (12:46:17 PM) Adrian Lamo: how long have you helped WIkileaks? (12:49:09 PM) Bradley Manning: since they released the 9/11 "pager messages" (12:49:38 PM) Bradley Manning: i immediately recognized that they were from an NSA database, and i felt comfortable enough to come forward (12:50:20 PM) Bradley Manning: so... right after thanksgiving timeframe of 2009 (12:52:33 PM) Bradley Manning: Hilary Clinton, and several thousand diplomats around the world are going to have a heart attack when they wake up one morning, and finds an entire repository of classified foreign policy is available, in searchable format to the public... =L (12:53:41 PM) Bradley Manning: s/Hilary/Hillary (12:54:47 PM) Adrian Lamo: What sort of content? (12:56:36 PM) Adrian Lamo: brb cigarette (12:56:43 PM) Adrian Lamo: keep typing <3 (12:59:41 PM) Bradley Manning: uhm... crazy, almost criminal political backdealings... the non-PR-versions of world events and crises... uhm... all kinds of stuff like everything from the buildup to the Iraq War during Powell, to what the actual content of "aid packages" is: for instance, PR that the US is sending aid to pakistan includes funding for water/food/clothing... that much is true, it includes that, but the other 85% of it is for F-16 fighters and munitions to aid in the Afghanistan effort, so the US can call in Pakistanis to do aerial bombing instead of americans potentially killing civilians and creating a PR crisis (1:00:57 PM) Bradley Manning: theres so much... it affects everybody on earth... everywhere there's a US post... there's a diplomatic scandal that will be revealed... Iceland, the Vatican, Spain, Brazil, Madascar, if its a country, and its recognized by the US as a country, its got dirt on it (1:01:27 PM) Bradley Manning: i need one myself (1:10:38 PM) Bradley Manning: its open diplomacy... world-wide anarchy in CSV format... its Climategate with a global scope, and breathtaking depth... its beautiful, and horrifying... (1:10:38 PM) Adrian Lamo: I have more messages than resources allocatable to action them. Please be very patient. (1:11:54 PM) Bradley Manning: and... its important that it gets out... i feel, for some bizarre reason (1:12:02 PM) Bradley Manning: it might actually change something (1:13:10 PM) Bradley Manning: i just... dont wish to be a part of it... at least not now... im not ready... i wouldn't mind going to prison for the rest of my life, or being executed so much, if it wasn't for the possibility of having pictures of me... plastered all over the world press... [...] (1:14:11 PM) Bradley Manning: i've totally lost my mind... i make no sense... the CPU is not made for this motherboard...

Foto | Ninja M. En Nación Red | Arrestado el oficial que filtró el video de Wikileaks

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