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 November 3, 2014  Breaches, Court

Grace Jang reports:

Four Alaska National Guard members have sued the U.S. Army, saying their privacy was violated when classified military documents were leaked. They are now on the hunt for the sources of the leaks.

Those documents were leaked to media organizations, including Channel 2 News, but KTUU did not report the names.

However, those men have now publicly identified themselves through the news release of their lawsuit.

Suing the federal government are Shannon Tallant, John Nieves, Jarrett Carson and Joseph Lawendowski.

According to leaked documents, the men violated a range of military codes. Among the offenses are having inappropriate relationships, making fraudulent charges on government credit card and, in one case, sexually assaulting a woman.

Read more on KTUU.

h/t, @VERSIDB

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