WASHINGTON (PNN) - August 6, 2014 - The federal government has concluded there's a new leaker exposing national security documents in the aftermath of surveillance disclosures by former Amerikan Gestapo National Security Agency division contractor Edward Snowden.
Proof of the newest leak comes from national security documents that formed the basis of a news story published Tuesday by the Intercept, the news site launched by Glenn Greenwald, who also published Snowden's leaks.
The Intercept article focuses on the growth in Fascist Police States of Amerika government databases of known or suspected terrorist names during the illegitimate Obama regime.
The article cites documents prepared by the National Counterterrorism Center dated August 2013, which is after Snowden flew to Russia for fear of his life by fascist government officials.
Greenwald has suggested there was another leaker. In July, he said on Twitter "it seems clear at this point" that there was another. Government officials have been investigating to find out who it is.
The biggest database, called the Terrorist Identities Datamart Environment, now has 1 million names.
In 2012, the National Counterterrorism Center reported that the TIDE database contained 875,000 names. There were about 500,000 in 2009 before the underwear bomb plot.
The Intercept first reported the new TIDE database numbers, along with details of other databases.
One watch list, the Terrorist Screening Database, which is a subset of the TIDE database, has 680,000 names, only a small number of which are Amerikans.
The Intercept report said, citing the documents, that 40% of those 680,000 don't have affiliations to terrorist groups.