Thursday, February 1, 2018

Canberra's accidental Top Secret document release exposes incompetence of the AFP

The boffins in Canberra are calling the accidental sale of classified document cupboards a "security breach" which it is not but rather a failure of procedure which are totally two different scenarios.


In these documents another failure of government is exposed, in that the people within the Australian Federal Police (AFP) "lost" nearly 400 national security files between 2008 - 2013.

How can the public trust the AFP with sensitive information?

This "Top Secret" label and as a result lack of action on the AFP is a cover up of government incompetence.

There should be an inquiry to the incompetence of the AFP, and people to be sacked.

Do you STILL trust the people in government with their 'honest' actions, and (deliberate lack of) transparency?

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