Twin Peaks Usenet Archive
Subject: Classified Information (was Re: Messages, French and more exotic)
From: email@example.com ("Lefty")
Date: 1990-10-11, 11:13
In article <firstname.lastname@example.org> email@example.com (Craig Mautner)
> > How about somebody who has inside information into the goings on
> > of US military intelligence such as agent Coopers' ex-partner?
This is the second time I've seen a suggestion along these lines. The
first was the statement that "since Major Briggs is working on classified
stuff, he must be able to see Cooper's FBI reports".
This isn't how classification _works_, boys and girls. Regardless of the
level of one's security clearance, access to specific information is still
governed by the "need to know".
And _why_ would an ex-FBI agent (in a mental institution, yet!) have any
access or insight into "the goings on of US military intelligence"?
Lefty (firstname.lastname@example.org) "And you may ask yourself,
DoD # 0152 'How do I work this?'"