Roger Cressey

former Director for Counterterrorism, National Security Council

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President of Good Harbor Consulting, an Arlington, Virginia-based firm offering advice about security risk management, and senior fellow at New York University's Center for Law and Security; former Director for Counterterrorism at the National Security Council (1999-2001)

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Secretary of State Hillary Clinton today  denounced the release  by WikiLeaks of a quarter-million  documents  she said "purport" to be confidential State Department communications.

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Secretary of State Hillary Clinton says the release of more than a quarter-million confidential documents  endangers lives and threatens national security .

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