where to begin?
ok, firstly.......are these real or manufactured documents?
we have to see who benifits most from documents like this being left on a train.
and being "secret", who could possibly positively identify them other than other bureaucrats?
so who`s to say......
to me, the report seems too facile to be anything but a wind-up job between politicians, but who`s to say.
and entertainment for other morons to cluck on about in the office.
but.......if people in positions of authority who handle such materials are so inept as to leave papers like that on a train, then we need to really begin to mistrust these morons.
my old man worked at aldermaston in the sixties and never once spoke of anything that went on in that top secret facility other than how bureaucratic and "old school tie" everything was.....and his rationalisation was that he signed the british secrets act so he just had to not say anything to anyone.
meanwhile people are allegedly carrying top secret files around in a briefcase on a train.