Report: Barak leaves sensitive documents in London hotel

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April 26, 2011 20:45

 
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Defense Minister Ehud Barak left highly sensitive secret documents in a London hotel room nearly two months ago, Channel 2 reported on Tuesday.

During a stay at the Park Plaza Hotel in London's Westminster, a staff member delivered documents to Barak in his hotel room. According to the report, when Barak and his staff departed for New York, not all of the documents made it out of his room.

Some of the documents were highly sensitive, Channel 2 reported, including several that were marked "purple brief," code for top secret.

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