Skip to comments.FBI becomes the 'watchers-in-chief'
Posted on 01/21/2014 1:58:28 PM PST by Steve Peacock
Documents reveal demand for 116 more workers to review, investigate 'suspects'
The number of people identified by the Obama administration as potential terrorists surged in the past two years, and the FBI now is preparing for another spike as it plans to intensify its scrutiny of foreign visitors and U.S. citizens, WND has discovered.
The federal government will hire up to 116 full-time private-contractor personnel to help amass and screen data on persons whose movements or activities are brought to the attention of the Terrorist Screening Center, an FBI-administered interagency unit...
TSC lacks authority to independently collect personal data or communications. As a national repository, however, it receives personal information that local, state, federal and international entities submit about known or suspected terrorists, or KSTs.
The centralized Terrorist Watchlist officially known as the Terrorist Screening Database uses data from the Department of Homeland Security, the Department of State, the Department of Justice and the Office of the Director of National Intelligence.
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Since Zer0 and H! are always hanging out with the Muzzie Bros, should they be turned in for investigation?
>> however, it receives personal information that local, state, federal and international entities submit about known or suspected terrorists,
Hey, it’s a full time job for five or six persons just to compile the names found in all those Christian church bulletins they receive each Monday.
Bet the FBI “watchers” all have the name Hussein:
snip-”The US plans to resettle 30,000 Syrian Islamists displaced by the Syrian War, according to the Wall Street Journal. Thats not the story.
The story is that it hinges on their receiving exemptions from laws aimed at preventing terrorists from entering the country.
Why have counterterrorism laws at all then? If politicians are going to ignore them when taking in refugees from a country overrun by al Qeada, then we dont need the laws. We should just let anyone come over.”
Since they did such a good job of vetting Barry Soetoro.
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