Soldier's blog closed just minutes ago as debate rages
The extreme political polarities of the blogosphere--and society--came into sharp relief today with diverse reactions to the fate of Arizona National Guardsman Leonard Clark, who was demoted and fined over a blog posting that the Army said contained classified information. His blog was shut down just minutes ago, with this note posted by "the site administrator": "This issue has spurred heated debate on both sides; however some of the dialogue became very ugly toward each other."
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Army punishes soldier for blog posts
And continuing this saga of the soldier without a blog to go to...
The U.S. military has demoted and fined a soldier for publishing "classified" information on his personal blog, an Army spokesperson confirmed Tuesday.
Leonard Clark, a 40-year-old Arizona National Guardsman who is currently on active duty in Baghdad, dropped from the rank of specialist to private first class on July 19 and must pay the Army a fine of $820 per month for two months, according to a statement from U.S. Central Command.
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Sheeesh....that was fast! :D