"That morning, before one of those terrorists left and tried to commit mass murder, he exchanged 109 messages with an overseas terrorist," Comey told the Senate Judiciary Committee in February. "We have no idea what he said, because those messages were encrypted."
Please bear in mind that I am not a computer genius. But if they can't get into the phone, how do they know the killer exchanged 109 messages? From NSA data collection records that were supposed to have been halted?
posted on 03/21/2016 3:48:06 PM PDT
(When there are more people riding in the cart than there are pulling it, the cart stops moving...)
But if they can't get into the phone, how do they know the killer exchanged 109 messages?
If you look at your cell phone bill online, you should be able to every text that you sent and received. If those texts went to and from an overseas number that was known to belong to a terrorist, then they could make that conclusion.
Pretty well a stretch as far as I can see, as terrorists use burner phones almost exclusively.
posted on 03/21/2016 3:53:18 PM PDT
(Nothing emboldens the wicked so greatly as the lack of courage on the part of the good -- Leo XIII)
Couldn’t have happened. It is well known that was a lone wolf, sorry, lone wolves attack. /s
posted on 03/21/2016 4:08:35 PM PDT
(Sarcasm engaged at all times)
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