Like wikileaks, like Africanist Press. Chernor Bah will be charged with spying on the President's security intelligence if he is in a country with security competence...example the USA, UK and China.
If the publishing by that extremely dull media outfit named The Africanist Press is any indication, don't you think illegally intruding into the security intelligence of a sitting President is a terrible state crime?
These are the types of crimes that, if committed in a sophisticated country, will leave the publisher with a strange story to tell.
Are you familiar with Julian Assange? The US is looking for him on spying charges after he published a trove of confidential information more than a decade ago. After obtaining and publishing hundreds of thousands of sensitive documents between 2010 and 2011, the US accused him with hacking government computers and espionage.
The claimed names of security men deployed to secure the presidency have been revealed by a suburban media site.
Assuming his assertion is true, where does he receive this information? Who is disclosing such sensitive information to strangers? These are the kinds of concerns that anyone concerned about security and safety would ask, and they'd hunt for answers quickly.
Nobody should be complacent, and I propose a total overhaul of security intelligence around the presidency. Again, the government should hire hidden computer experts to monitor their information networking systems in order to catch people attempting to steal vital data.
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