Monday, November 18, 2013

Should NSA, CIA, FBI, and their contractors be arrested and prosecuted when they break laws?

There seems to be no oversight of those who are spying on us. The policing of themselves isn't working. I don't believe the NSA official in the below video. I believe that there is 100% vacuuming of all information. That is illegal. That is unconstitutional. We the people need to fight against international corporate organized crime. We need to make sure that our government and agencies work for us, not for criminals who wish to rob, rape, pillage, indefinitely detain, torture, and/or murder us at their leisure.

Steven G. Erickson's video uploads are [found here].

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Streamed live on Nov 11, 2013
Revelations about government subpoenas of reporters' phone records and the massive leaks of classified information by M. Sgt. Manning and Edward Snowden have brought the tension between national security reporters and U.S. national security agencies to an all time high. Is it appropriate for the government to deter leaks through aggressive prosecution of those who disclose classified information to the press? Or do these individuals play a vital role in maintaining governmental accountability by enabling the press to inform the public about important matters of national security. These topics, as well as the controversial NSA surveillance programs revealed by Edward Snowden, will be explored in depth in an engaging dialogue between distinguished national security reporter, Bart Gellman, and former CIA and NSA Director, Michael Hayden, on November 11, 2013 at the Sanford School of Public Policy. Gellman and Hayden will answer questions from the moderator of the event, Duke public policy professor, David Schanzer, debate the issues with each other, and take questions from the audience. The event -- Leakers or Whistleblowers: National Security Reporting in the Digital Age — will be held in the Fleishman Commons at the Sanford School and is open to the public.

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Published on Nov 17, 2013
In this video Luke Rudkowski breaks down the latest developments in the Jeremy Hammond case that shows how the FBI entrapped anonymous members while spying on governments of the world

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