Probe fails to find who leaked ‘don’t ask’ report to Washington Post

Washington Post
An Department of Defense investigation was ordered last November shortly after The Post published a front-page story saying that the closely guarded report had concluded that the military could lift the ban on gays serving openly in uniform with only minimal and isolated incidents of risk. Jason Ukman writes:

Officials with the Defense Department’s Inspector General interviewed 101 people with access to the draft report — and reviewed 55,000 e-mails and 1,500 phone and wireless handheld records — but were unable to identify the two anonymous sources who spoke with The Post, according to a copy of the investigative report.

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