Something is drastically wrong with American intelligence. We (the American public) are supposed to believe that Obama knew nothing about foreign surveillance of European leaders, and yet an Army private and an intelligence contractor had access to highly sensitive information. If these revelations are true, then the Keystone Cops operation that is the NSA needs to be shut down until adequate safeguards are instituted that prevent willy-nilly access to information that can be embarrassing to U.S. activities. Certainly, the Pollard case was embarrassing to Israel, and it’s not surprising that allies spy on allies.
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