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Hoekstra Statement on Latest Wikileaks Release

From Rep. Pete Hoekstra (R., Mich.) ranking member of the House Intelligence Committee: "Wikileaks clearly is determined to undermine U.S. national security and damage our foreign relations. The disclosure of thousands of potentially classified cables and other documents is an embarrassment to the Obama administration and represents a critical failure by the Pentagon and intelligence community to protect sensitive national security information.
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