Saturday, September 28, 2013

You don't say? NSA abuse of power

Twelve cases of unauthorised surveillance documented in letter from NSA's inspector general to senator Chuck Grassley

From Reddit comments: So twelve dudes were found to use their power for personal relationship reasons. How many used it it in more shady, money making, insider trading, business spying, infinitely more profitable ways and did not get caught because they were infinitely smarter about it?

Or blackmailing/controlling members of Congress, Supreme Court, generals, journalists, lawyers...
The "first" NSA whistleblower, Russ Tice. In three interviews this year (two in June and July with Peter B. Collins, and one in June with James Corbett) Russ Tice expands on his previous testimony and names some of the people whom he alleges NSA were targeting for surveillance, including senior Congressional leaders, the former White House Press Secretary, Senate Intelligence Chair Dianne Feinstein, General Petraeus, Supreme Court Justice Alito, Obama since at least 2004...

Tice received national attention as the first NSA-whistleblower in May 2005 before William Binney, Thomas Andrews Drake, Mark Klein, Thomas Tamm, and Edward Snowden came forward.

"Nobody is listening to your phone calls."

Candidate Obama VS President Obama:

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