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Prosecutors have a job ahead of them in prosecuting Wen Ho Lee for revealing to that most favored nation, the People’s Republic of China, gigabytes and gigabytes of classified data about America’s nuclear arsenal. Despite Lee’s case — and the classified data recently found all over former-CIA Director John Deutsch’s home PC desktop � no case for transferring classified data from classified to unclassified government computer systems has ever been prosecuted. But it sure sounds like the kind of thing that ought to be illegal. Hell, it ought to be impossible.

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