Skip to comments.Procedures For Wire, Electronic, and Oral Interceptions For Law Enforcement
Posted on 06/14/2013 7:08:45 PM PDT by Absolutely Nobama
The following document is the current Department of Defense manual on the procedures for intercepting wire, electronic and oral communications for law enforcement. The manual also discusses 'access to electronic communications in electronic storage or in a remote computing service.' Though the manual was issued in 1995, it is still current according to another, unreleased DoD Directive-Type Memorandum updated in 2012 (DTM 11-007 Delegation of Authority to Approve Consensual Interceptions for Law Enforcement) that makes reference to the manual and modifies some of its language.
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Isn’t it funny how we can all laugh as our society crumbles ?
I think I hear them pulling up to your curb right now.
My lame attempts at a bit of humor take my mind off the depression I suffer from as the fabric of our society is torn to shreds.
Just checked. It’s only a black van circling the the area at 11:30. I’m sue is just the new neighbors looking for their house. Wait a minute...
I find drinking helps.....
(Yes, I’m kidding.)
On to the serious stuff. Yes, you’re 1000% right. We the People have no representation. As the manual that I posted shows, bureaucrats are making decisions with no accountability whatsoever to the voting public. Entire sections of the Federal Leviathan are completely unaffected by elections.
If that doesn’t scare the crap out of you, nothing will.
can you hear me now???
But Boner said there were huge safeguards against abuse.
The Weeper of the House and his GOP-E cronies say lots of things, but none of them are rooted in reality.
Interestingly enough, this manual was published in 1995. If memory serves me correctly, that would mean this was Bill Caligula’s DoD spying on everyone.