The Pentagon is being criticized for posting the online plans for its new office building in Alexandria, including details on what is needed to blow up the new building. The 424-page Army Corps of Engineers document explains to any web-surfing terrorist how the Mark Center was designed . . . and identifies its vulnerabilities to explosives.
For the 6,400 defense workers who will work in the building, this may be a bit too much transparency.
The site shows how terrorists need to work with more than 220 pounds of TNT-like material if they are placing material outside of Mark Center’s security perimeter, but that only 55 pounds will work at locations inside the perimeter.
Pentagon officials are no doubt working hard to find a way of charging Bradley Manning with the disclosure.
Source: Washington Examiner