No, he had a responsibility to let them come out, as a journalist, who got told about war crimes. The soldier who saw the files on the army computer, which was open to anyone in the army, like those photos of them stacking up naked prisoners in Iraq, and they tortured him. They're trying to make an example out of him, like any journalist, anywhere in the world who reports on the drug dealing and murdering and genocide of America will get their name dragged through the mud and have to hide all over the world, for running a website that publishes truth, from another country. They were spying on me. Edward Snowden revealed that they're watching about a hundred thousand people in Australia, spying on them, through their computers. I saw the site on my antivirus. They're spying on, oppressing, dealing drugs, and killing the people of the world, and they used to say they were bringing democracy and freedom to the world. It's at the point where I'd almost say the USA is enemy number one of the world, and if they want to survive, they got to act like a friend, an ally to the world, and not a criminal bastard. There weren't no "classified secrets" that would affect their troops, except that their troops were doing horrible things, for horrible people, who got the wrong idea about everything.