Well if I may be argumentative, I can guarantee you that at the very least, the people who may have compromised the information do know whether or not they've done so. So SOMEBODY fricking knows.
that is the point that I have been arguing for a week now. There is no concrete eveidence.
If you saw your wife carrying a bottle of lube and a 3-pack of Trojans into a hotel room with a strange man awaiting, would you assume that she was a lube and condom saleswoman on the side?
Choirboy claims to have traveled to two essentially hostile nations (both possessing robust intelligence and counterintelligence capabilities) with laptops containing highly classified USG information. Do you think he's in a position to refuse to surrender those if it's demanded of him? Have you seen him? Have you ever been to an airport in the United States or Western Europe, let alone one in fricking Moscow? Have you ever refused to surrender a bag or briefcase at an airport? How'd it go?
You think you're being judicious here, but you just look like a fence-sitting fricking pussy. If you think this guy's a hero, at least be a bold dumbass like that stupid broad Cajun or Shorty. Don't be a bitch about it. If he carried sensitive information into a Moscow airport, there's a 99% chance it's been compromised--either willingly or otherwise. For those of us with functioning brains and even remedial powers of deduction, that's close enough to knowing.