June 1, 2006

1 Min Read
Hazardous Waste

Jennifer Grzeskowiak

Put the black ski mask back in the closet and turn off the “Mission: Impossible” soundtrack. Apparently obtaining documents related to presidential security doesn't require that much effort. At the beginning of May, a Washington, D.C., sanitation worker found in the trash what he believed to be a schedule detailing President Bush's trip to Florida. Alarmed by his discovery, the man called a local news network to alert someone to the documents, which included information about locations, arrival and departure times, and an aircraft passenger list. When contacted by the news network, the Secret Service said the document was not classified and that it was a White House staff — not a Secret Service — document.

Would-be itinerary thieves, save your black cat suit for a diamond heist instead.
Source: www.wusa9.com

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