NSA broke privacy rules thousands of times per year, audit finds
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Guess Obama can sign an executive order or government pass a law that all domestic criminal investigations are a threat to national security.
And while article only specifies the DEA and not "other agencies" involved, what would have made the DEA special that the FBI, ATF, IRS, etc. wasn't included too?
Unfortunately there's an unavoidable mixing of foreign policy and domestic crime policy at times. Afghanistan and Pakistan aren't just places where terrorists hide out (Pakistan is also a state sponsor of terrorism), they're also two of the biggest heroin producing countries in the world. Terrorism all over the world is paid for with money from heroin. So yeah, I don't doubt that the NSA has whole boatloads of information on hand that can potentially help agencies like the DEA and FBI target the domestic partners of these groups.
The question is how legal aspects of it are and/or should be.
Originally Posted by uk_dolfan
Seriously guys im getting nervous about this situation, I mean look what happened when the Colts let Shula get away, look how much impact that had on the history of our team. I really don't want to get a taste of our own medicine if we let Jeff get away. I hope Mr. Ross can tie Ireland down long term really soon, its the key thing this season imo