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FISA Court Tells FBI Spying Program Violates Rules on Protecting Citizen Privacy Rights, But it Can Carry On

WASHINGTON, D.C. – The US FISA court authorized the FBI to continue using a warrantless surveillance program that taps conversations between Americans and non-citizens overseas despite finding that the government is violating privacy rules. “There still appear to be widespread violations of the querying standard by the FBI,” chief FISA judge James Boasberg said in a […]

Rank Fails: Steve Linick & Glenn Fine and How I Avoided Assassination

By Ronald Thomas West – My 1st experience with inspectors general was in 1971 Vietnam where the soldier’s complaints, that our good cafeteria food was being sold through military organized crime to markets and restaurants in the city of Vung Tau, were absolutely covered up by the military watchdog. When a congressman actually showed up […]

MAJOR: FBI Accidentally Reveals Saudi Diplomat Linked to 9/11

WASHINGTON, D.C/RIYADH – The Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) has “accidentally” disclosed the name of a Saudi diplomat suspected of allegedly aiding two Al-Qaeda hijackers in the controversial  September 11, 2001, attacks in New York, Yahoo News reported on Tuesday. The mistake was made in a declaration by an FBI official in response to a […]