[normally i'd just post one short quip here with a link to my inspiration, but in this case there's idiocy coming from too many directions for just a single quip.]
if you think publishing decryption keys protecting sensitive government documents is OK because they're supposedly "temporary", then you might be a security idiot.
if you think there's any such thing as a "temporary" decryption key for an encrypted file you published on the internet, then you might be a security idiot.
if you think anything posted on the internet is "temporary", then you might be a security idiot.
if you try to prosecute someone for leaking sensitive data that you were in the process of leaking yourself, then you might be a security idiot (and a raging hypocrite).