U.S. Sells Sensitive Documents

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    FOX News obtained hundreds of sensitive files mistakenly sold by the U.S. consulate in Jerusalem at a public auction, which had been left inside a filing cabinet that went on sale.

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    A pile of sensitive documents obtained by FOX News that were mistakenly sold by the U.S. consulate in Jerusalem. A joint U.S.-Israeli citizen bought a filing cabinet that contained the documents at one of the consulate's frequent public auctions.

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    One of many sensitive documents sold by the U.S. consulate in Jerusalem containing information on U.S. Marines stationed in Israel. The files were inside a filing cabinet the consulate auctioned off and sold to a joint U.S.-Israeli citizen.

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    The U.S. consulate in Jerusalem, which mistakenly released hundreds of sensitive documents inside a filing cabinet it sold at a public auction.

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    A document marked 'Secret' and with an appellation designating that it be seen by 'No Foreigners,' one of many sensitive files released when the U.S. consulate in Jerusalem mistakenly sold a filing cabinet full of information at a public auction.

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    A document bearing the social security number of an American Marine, one of many sensitive files released when the U.S. consulate in Jerusalem mistakenly sold a filing cabinet full of information at a public auction.

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