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US private intelligence firm Stratfor has denounced the publication of stolen emails by WikiLeaks and said it would not comment on the content of the messages. WikiLeaks began publishing on Monday more than five million emails that were stolen from the Austin, Texas-based Stratfor by members of the hacker group, Anonymous, in December. According to WikiLeaks, the emails date from July 2004 to December 2011 and reveal Stratfor's links to large corporations, such as Dow Chemical Co. and Lockheed Martin, and US government agencies, including the homeland security department, the Marines Corps and the Defence Intelligence Agency.
Irvine, CA - "There is no way the United States can be this incompetent. The chaos here has to be at least partly deliberate." So explained an Iraqi military psychiatrist as we sat in his office in Baghdad's al-Yarmouk hospital, trying to understand how his US counterparts could commit so many basic errors in military judgment during the occupation of Iraq, the most important of which was the stationing of battle-weary troops in the heart of Fallujah (the doctor predicted that doing so would likely precipitate a massacre, which in fact had occurred shortly before we met; his American counterparts remained unconcerned, or at least unmoved, at his warnings).
El portal WikiLeaks ha divulgado hoy millones de correos electrónicos de Stratfor, una empresa privada estadounidense de seguridad que trabaja con servicios secretos, embajadas y diversas empresas multinacionales. Estos correos no fueron obtenidos por una persona anónima que filtró los documentos, sino que WikiLeaks los ha conseguido de los ciberactivistas de Anonymous, que el pasado diciembre atacaron la empresa de seguridad, con sede en Texas (Estados Unidos) .
On Monday February 27th, 2012, WikiLeaks began publishing The Global Intelligence Files , over five million e-mails from the Texas headquartered "global intelligence" company Stratfor.