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Commentary Last Updated: Jan 4th, 2007 - 01:08:31

Bush administration NSA caught red-handed spying on US citizens
By Larry Chin
Online Journal Associate Editor

Apr 14, 2006, 17:33

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Whistleblowers have exposed that the Bush administration�s NSA (National Security Agency) is blatantly spying on US citizens, through AT&T, which gave operatives direct access to their networks in "secret rooms" located in AT&T offices. The EFF link below provides the full legal case.

Electronic Frontier Foundation: Class action lawsuit against AT&T

AT&T Seeks to Hide Spy Documents

Class action suit challenges AT&T, NSA

Don't think for a minute that Big Brother Bush isn't illegally spying on you, right now. Every call, every log-on, any time, anywhere, with the enthusiastic assistance of corporate America.

Don�t think for a minute that the US government hasn�t routinely engaged in this sort of criminal spying all along, with Echelon, PROMIS, and other technologies.

It�s what the �national security� state does.

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