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megimoo
04-16-2009, 11:11 AM
Officials: Agency involved in ‘overcollection’ of communication by Americans
OberShmuck video !

WASHINGTON - The National Security Agency intercepted private e-mail messages and phone calls of Americans in recent months on a scale that went beyond the broad legal limits established by Congress last year, government officials said in recent interviews.

Several intelligence officials, as well as lawyers briefed about the matter, said the N.S.A. had been engaged in “overcollection” of domestic communications of Americans. They described the practice as significant and systemic, although one official said it was believed to have been unintentional.

http://www.msnbc.msn.com/id/30238492/
Comments:
I wonder if they listened to all the horrible crap I called Zero when I was talking to my mother?
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:) How funny they think they can cage Americans in a web of liberal fantasy.
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The article says they tried to wiretap a congressman on an overseas trip.... hmmmm wonder who it was....
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I wonder if they wiretapped the Congressional Black Commie Caucus in Cuba last week?
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So under the Hussein administration, it was “unintentional.” Under the Bush administration, it was of course criminal. And how’s that stock thing going at the Times, Pinch?
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Word and phrase recognition software.

Water Closet
04-16-2009, 11:49 AM
"If you haven't done anything wrong, you don't have anything to worry about!"

megimoo
04-16-2009, 11:52 AM
NSA Security Officer: We Should Just Kill These People


Wayne Madsen has an executive level NSA staff person on record saying that significant sentiment exists within the NSA to kill troublesome bloggers and journalists.

When somebody within your own government calls you out, do you show up? How do you handle it?

Wayne Madsen, always spoiling for a fight with Bush and Cheney, or the chance to show off his undies to minimum wage airport TSA workers, has an executive level NSA staff person on record saying that significant sentiment exists within the NSA to kill troublesome bloggers and journalists.

The NSA executive staffer was, apparently, not the source of the sentiment, but this individual did pass along the context and the precise wording of the “junior G-man” working in the NSA. Prominent names listed in the NSA database of troublemakers?

1. Bill Gertz
2. James Bamford
3. Vernon Loeb
4. Jim Risen
5. Dr. John C. K. Daly
6. Wayne Madsen
7. Seymour Hersh

These were all the names Madsen published, but there are, of course, many others. Possibly you, gentle reader.

If not now, probably later.

As much as Madsen hates Daily Kos, I would think that if Kos was in the database, he would have published his name, too. Markos Moulitsas Zuniga — a name that should just roll off the Hebroid-Russian tongue of George Soros, and frequently does — is he NOT in the NSA’s database of journalists and bloggers to be put out of Cheney’s misery?

Wear nice underwear when you travel, bloggers. The TSA will soon be checking your anal orifice for that extra 3 ounces of shampoo you just can’t live without.
http://www.infowars.com/nsa-security-officer-we-should-just-kill-these-people/

Water Closet
04-16-2009, 12:17 PM
Ah, Wayne Madsen...


November 26, 2004—Additional information on the buying of vote riggers with Saudi and former Enron funds has been obtained. The epicenter for the vote rigging operation is Dallas, Texas, and the operation may involve retired FBI agents who used a well-established "good ole boy" network to arrange for access to polling precincts by electronic voting machine technicians who took advantage of various November 2 security "lockdowns" to illegally alter the tabulation of votes in favor of Bush. Some of the retired agents may have used courtesy credentials issued upon retirement to fool unsuspecting polling place workers.

The cost of the operation was estimated at $29 million with the money sent via a circuitous network of offshore trust companies and shell activities. This reporter has obtained a copy of a bank check for $29,600,000 that was allegedly sent to cover the cost of the Texas-based vote rigging operation. The check is dated October 22, 2004, and was made payable to "Five Star Investment Ltd.," a trust said to have long connections to Saudi-funded operations in Texas and around the world. The payer is identified as "Equity Financial Trust," a Houston-based "brass plate" and post office box entity tied to offshore Cook Islands "folding tent" accounts used to hide away profits amassed by the former Enron as well as Saudi financiers.

noonwitch
04-16-2009, 03:45 PM
"If you haven't done anything wrong, you don't have anything to worry about!"



That's what they say about drug testing.

megimoo
04-16-2009, 03:57 PM
"If you haven't done anything wrong, you don't have anything to worry about!"
If You Fail To worship at the alter of Obama you are a traitor..... white bread !