The dirtball/Democrat machine in action.
...Homeland Security Advisory Council member Mohamed Elibiary downloaded sensitive Texas Department of Public Safety reports from the Homeland Security State and Local Intelligence Community of Interest (HS SLIC) database, then shopped them to at least one left-leaning media outlet. Elibiary claimed the reports represented a pattern of “Islamophobia” under GOP presidential hopeful Rick Perry’s watch.
Not only are they "Official Use Only" documents--Elibiary accessed them from his HOME COMPUTER!
So happens that this Elibiary character also "advises" the FBI, the Nat'l Counterterrorism Center, and the Office of the Director, National Intelligence.
Perhaps their files are more "confidential" than those of Napolitano.
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The designation "Official Use Only" is a subset of unclassified documents. They're marked "U//FOUO."
As a result, leaking them is in no way against the law. There may be administrative penalties or not (probably not for an advisor!), but the documents are not classified. This action is dishonorable, in other words, not illegal.
"Confidential" documents are lightly classified: below the level of "Secret," "Top Secret," or "TS/SCI" (which is the highest level of classification, although there are special access programs and such that are more tightly controlled).
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