The intelligence leaks about the Manchester terrorist attack has driven a wedge between the United States and the United Kingdom. Prime Minister May made it perfectly clear to President Trump that unless this was fixed instantly there would be no more sharing of intelligence. I don’t care if you are on the left or right of the political spectrum, these leaks should have warning bells going off all over Washington.
As written, reported by and seen first on Fox News:
Former CIA officer Bryan Dean Wright told Fox News Thursday night that the publication of leaked forensic photos by the New York Times after Monday’s terror attack in Manchester, England was “deeply disturbing” and “not in the interest of the nation.”
“There are grave consequences for these choices,” Wright told “Tucker Carlson Tonight.” “Imagine you’re an informant … and you know that your information is going to be leaked or potentially could be leaked.
“Do you want to sign up for that? Do you want to go to that next meeting with a CIA officer [or] an MI5 officer?” Wright went on. “Or would you want to work with the CIA or MI5 or MI6 guys? The answer is, maybe not.”
British officials reportedly were infuriated by the disclosure of the images, which showed parts of the bomb detonated by Salman Abedi outside an Ariana Grande concert at Manchester Arena. The blast killed 22 people and……
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