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|Previously, conspiracy charges relating to top secret materials have been leveled against individuals who were bound by a confidentiality agreement with the government. In this case, however, the Justice Department extended the cloak of secrecy beyond the Pentagon, quietly expanding the power of the government to jail those who talk to the press, watchdogs and reporters. ABOUT TIME FOR A NEW 'EXECUTIVE ORDER' TO CIRCUMVENT CONGRESS AND THE CONSTITUTION|
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