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July 26, 2010 by USA Post 

WikileaksWikileaks, ABC NEWS — The hacker who met the ex-soldier on suspicion of giving military secrets to Wikileaks had harsh words for the organization of “GMA” this morning.

“Wikileaks has acted in an extremely irresponsible and … took advantage of the systems that were launched with the purpose of sharing information in order to ensure that all elements of national security, both at home and abroad had access to the information they needed to do their job, “said Adrian Lamo.

Private Bradley Manning, since May on suspicion of leaking intelligence from other countries, has previously been in contact Lamo Lamo appears saying it has given a significant amount of classified information to Wikileaks.

Lamo Manning said he turned to the Pentagon in an effort to keep the reports for each public. But considering the huge volume of information that came to light yesterday, Lamo said Manning could not have acted alone.

“I do not think that the crew had deprived the technical expertise needed to communicate this information much to the outside world without being detected by his own,” he said. “I do not believe that operated without a guide, rather I think it is more likely to be a personal shopper for classified data for the device Wikileaks.”

Lamo echoed government claims that Obama leaked information could harm national security and put lives at risk.

“It has hurt what is most important for our intelligence community and that is our ability to trust people who put out there to make critical and delicate work,” said Lamo.

“It’s almost inconceivable to me that this could not result in harm to the security and real people in real life it is easy to listen to” national security “and think it’s a buzzword … but in the end is out people, “said Lamo.

New York Times, Eric Schmitt, who had early access to reports via Wikileaks, emphasizes the role removed any sensitive information which could have jeopardized the operation.

“We worked very closely in this case with the White House and, indeed, the White House praised us for our efforts and due diligence through this,” he said on “GMA.”

Intelligence reports full of details missing from the war in Afghanistan, previously undisclosed infrared missiles that perhaps the most important accusation Pakistani intelligence, the agency, supposedly a U.S. ally – is actually working against the United States.

“I think the most surprising revelation is even more detail about the complicity, the apparent complicity of the Pakistani intelligence service, the ISI, with militant groups like the Afghan Taliban, who are coordinating attacks inside the U.S. and other coalition forces” said Schmitt.

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