Is John Deutch the Right Person to Comment

on screw-ups by the US government mishandling secret material and posting information it shouldn’t be posting online?

I can’t possibly be the only person who finds it weird that the New York Times’s story about the mistake the US government made in posting a confidential report on nukes in the US quotes former CIA director John Deutch to the effect that “screwups happen” with confidential information? Yet makes no mention at all of Deutch’s own phenomenol screw-ups in keeping CIA files on an unprotected computer at his home, among numerous other security breaches — breaches noteworthy mostly for the attitude of genial contempt with which Deutch held the secrets of his own agency? Says the Times: