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Rafael Quintero Curiel, lead press advance person for the Mexican Delegation was caught stealing multiple BlackBerry devices belonging to White House staffers. The staffers were attending meetings between U.S. President George W. Bush and Canadian and Mexican leaders in New Orleans this week. The event was the Security and Prosperity Partnership of North America summit. Unfortunately, Quintero Curiel was caught after the devices had been in his possession for about a half an hour.

A typical 64MB BlackBerry could hold 28,000 printed pages.

So much for security!