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The government can certainly criminalize the disclosure of classified information, even when that information is evidence of Executive wrongdoing.

Criminalize the exposure of unconstitutional conduct? Got a case on point?

An individual doesn't just get to decide on his own a complicated issue of statutory and constitutional law, and therefore release classified information to the press.

Well, certainly, if the whistleblower guesses wrong and the conduct was legal, he is screwed. But the question is, what if he is right?


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