Yesterday I posted about an AFMC legal opinion that military personnel and their families could be prosecuted for reviewing any of the “classified” materials released in the hush hush case.
Air Force Times reports:
The Air Force is backing off the threat by one of its major commands to pursue espionage charges for airmen who access classified documents on *****.
“The release was not previously coordinated with Headquarters Air Force and has been removed from the AFMC website,” spokesman Lt. Col. Richard Johnson wrote in an e-mail to reporters. “The Air Force has provided guidance to military members and employees to avoid downloading what could be classified information into Air Force unclassified networks and reminded them that publication of information does not itself constitute declassification of such information.”