Skip to comments.Justice Dept. reins in surveillance program
Posted on 04/15/2009 7:53:08 PM PDT by Phileleutherus Franciscus
PDT WASHINGTON (AP) --The Justice Department has reined in electronic surveillance by the National Security Agency after finding the agency had improperly accessed American phone calls and e-mails.
The problems were discovered during a review of the intelligence activities, the Justice Department said in a statement Wednesday night.
The New York Times, which first reported the matter on its Web site, said the NSA had been improperly intercepting communications by Americans...
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BO is cruising for another AQ bruising.
Thats only one agency...
Unfortunately, under Obama they would probably be looking for right wing extremists and military veterans anyway, and ignoring the Muslim terrorists.
And I’m sure the FBI is just chomping at the bit with eagerness to devote all its resources to potential abortion clinic bombers.
Apparently, they also enjoy pirate hunting.
Ummm, I’m confused. Last I looked, NSA answered to the DCI not Justice.
“Thats only one agency...”
The CIA reports into NSA. The Naval Security Group, Army Security Group and others also report into NSA. The National Security Agency is a clearing house which takes in all the various intel, discards some, files some and reconciles the rest. It then passes the priority stuff on up the line toward the President. It’s not only one agency.
nothing gets the ‘rats more worked up over at the DUmp then when this subject is brought up except maybe the discussions of the AWB bill’s possible reintroduction. they beat the hell out of the muslim hussein over both, fun to watch.
No, the CIA now reports to another level of bureaucracy.
The NSA is a DOD agency.
Obama and his reds: Disarming America, one agency at a time.
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