A 29 year old New Zealand citizen found top military confidential files on an MP3 Player.
The player was bought by Chris Ogle from an Oklahoma thrift shop for $9, who found the files when he connected it to his computer.
The MP3 player contains military personnel data such as name, home addresses, personal phone numbers, social security numbers, mission briefings, lists of equipment deployed in Afghanistan and Iraq, etc.
Yes, the files are accurate. Some of the details were confirmed to be still relevant after a New Zealand journalist who first reported the story tried to contact some of the phone numbers listed in the file.
The more I look at it, the more I see and the less I think I should be! Ogle said.
Ogle kept the MP3 player in a safe place and he will happily turn it over to U.S. military officials if they ask for it he said.