“Notice how the MSM news brushed over the order by the FISA Court to the NSA to destroy 3,000 files which the NSA did not do.”
i tried to locate this reference. I must have missed the obvious. Can you point me to the link for this?
See also post 13. What powers does the court have to determine that its orders have been faithfully executed?
This is the Washington Post article about the audit. The reference is part way down. Might want to access it soon as it will probably disappear.
The documents provided by Snowden offer only glimpses of those questions. Some reports make clear that an unauthorized search produced no records. But a single incident in February 2012 involved the unlawful retention of 3,032 files that the surveillance court had ordered the NSA to destroy, according to the May 2012 audit. Each file contained an undisclosed number of telephone call records.
The above is the extract out of the article.