A day of reckoning for a leaker?

Ed Timberlake:
Michael Caputo, the former Trump campaign staffer whose finances were almost ruined by Robert Mueller's investigators into the phony Russiagate issue and who said "God d--- you to Hell" to the Senate Intelligence Committee, must be feeling vindicated this morning.  With the arrest of a veteran staffer, the same committee's director of security, Caputo's heartfelt cry to the committee is finally bearing fruit:
Caputo called for an "investigation of the investigators" and said he wanted to know who was "coordinating this attack on President Donald Trump."
"Forget about all the death threats against my family.  I want to know who cost us so much money, who crushed our kids, who forced us out of our home, all because you lost an election," Caputo said.  "I want to know because God d--- you to hell."
As President Trump tweeted:
Several questions follow, but Caputo was right about what happened to him.  The Accused leaker was said to be in a "romantic" relationship with the woman who wrote stories based on the leaks.   Will people like Caputo and others harmed by this action be able to sue over this invasion of privacy and the damage caused by it.  Those who published the stories may have to answer for it.

The whole Russian collusion affair has a McCarthyite smell to it.


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