Steve Jobs Pentagon Report Released

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June 11, 2012 7:39 a.m.

The Pentagon has released an investigative interview file, obtained by Wired’s Threat Level blog, into late Apple founder and CEO Steve Jobs, conducted in the 1980s in order to allow Jobs to obtain a “top secret” security clearance.

The file reveals that Jobs was worried that his illegitimate daughter Lisa Brennan-Jobs could be kidnapped for ransom and that he was arrested for an outstanding speeding ticket in Eugeune, Oregon in 1975. Jobs’ also goes into greater detail about his previously reported youthful drug use, with the tech titan admitting that he “used LSD from approximately 1972 to 1974.” As Jobs wrote in the file:

“Throughout that period of time I used the LSD approximately ten to fifteen times. I would ingest the LSD on a sugar cube or in a hard form of gelatin. I would usually take the LSD when I was by myself. I have no words to explain the effect the LSD had on me, although, I can say it was a positive life changing experience for me and I am glad I went through that experience.”

Jobs also admitted to using marijuana and hasish. 

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