Digging into China’s nuclear tunnels
By William Wan | The Washington Post – Wed, Nov 30, Protected content
I had certain observations regarding this article:
......Led by their hard-charging professor, a former top Pentagon official, they have translated hundreds of documents, combed through satellite imagery, obtained restricted Chinese military documents and waded through hundreds of gigabytes of online data...............
1. obtained restricted Chinese military documents
Surely these restricted Chinese military documents were not on Public Domain.
I wonder what do chinese spooks think about it.
How did obtained restricted Chinese military documents land up in the hands of students and their wise Professor.
2. By talking about "obtained restricted Chinese military documents", on Public Domain, I am sure Chinese spooks would be pissed and if so, they will like to identify the vulnerability which was exploited. Surely HUMINT was used and if so, I feel Nick Yarosh and Dustin Walker have been compromised as their names are on Public Domain ie By William Wan | The Washington Post
Think about it.
If Nick Yarosh and Dustin Walker are not protected by the American Govt, Can we rule out a snatch operation by Chinese spooks on foreign soil?
3. Surely Nick Yarosh and Dustin Walker will know the weasels in the Chinese Army through whom they had access to
restricted Chinese military documents.
What extent will Chinese spooks go to identify who in the Chinese army compromised "restricted Chinese military documents"
4. The old fox Phillip A. Karber is smart but Nick Yarosh and Dustin Walker, if they step out of US, are easy prey to a snatch ops by Chinese spooks, unless Nick Yarosh and Dustin Walker are employed by the Agency.