Ignoring that argument...Greenwald should then be arrested immediately for having the documents.
The courts have decided that reporting classified information is protected by the 1st amendment, presuming it serves the greater needs of the country.
The government has every right to secure it though, and prevent further dissemination.
Is that what we want? Arrest of journalists who expose government corruption?
I've yet to see any
substantial proof from Greenwald. His pieces are high on conjecture and hypotheticals, and quite lite on facts. He has a very limited understanding of the programs involved and his reporting continues to skew the facts to fit his own government abuse narrative.
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