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Who Leaked Cipher Document to US Magazine? Unveiling the Source of the Controversial Leak

The controversy surrounding the latest Pakistan Cipher leak has taken a new twist, with Ryan Grim, the journalist who broke the story in The Intercept, revealing the claimed source of the obtained cipher document. Grim alleged in a series of tweets that the confidential material had been provided to him by a source within the Pakistani military.

In response to a tweet by journalist Salman Masood, who speculated that the Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) was responsible for the leak, Grim angrily disputed such assertions, claiming that neither Imran Khan nor any other civilian was the source of the leak. Grim tweeted, “I can say with 100% confidence that this claim from the New York Times is completely untrue.” Khan was not our source. Neither was any other civilian. Our source was in the Pakistani military. If the Times has evidence to the contrary, publish it. Otherwise, retract this.”

Salman Masood’s tweet, to which Grim reacted, implied that the PTI was involved in the controversial cable leak. Masood said that, while the contents of the leaked cipher did not indicate a conspiracy, they did illustrate strained ties between key players, which was already known.

As the drama unfolds, all eyes are on the New York Times and other pertinent parties for additional developments and answers to determine the source of the cipher document leak. The new information is expected to impact the continuing discussion about the leak and its potential consequences.

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