The Inspectors General Report on Warrantless Surveillance

Friday, July 10, 2009 at 2:19 pm

Here’s that report. Happy digging. More updates to come.

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The domestic surveillance report is out « Later On
Pingback posted July 10, 2009 @ 6:41 pm

[...] in Bush Administration, Daily life, Obama administration at 3:39 pm by LeisureGuy You can read the report here. Spencer Ackerman will be doing a series of posts on it. His first: Last year, the Democratic [...]

Report on the illegal warrantless-wiretapping program « Blog on the Run: Reloaded
Pingback posted July 10, 2009 @ 8:27 pm

[...] Report on the illegal warrantless-wiretapping program Filed under: I want my country back. — Lex @ 8:22 pm Tags: wiretapping The Inspector General’s report on the illegal warrantless-wiretapping program begun under President Bush has been released. Here it is. [...]

Watching The Wheels Go Round And Round « Around The Sphere
Pingback posted July 11, 2009 @ 12:01 pm

[...] Ackerman’s got the report, plus a bunch of posts here, here and here. What does it say? I’m still reading it, but one thing [...]

Comment posted July 12, 2009 @ 12:13 am

Gonzales, Card, Cheney, Hayden are all outright liars and criminals! Gonzales committed perjury but the report gives him an out because information was classified. What a joke! If he not wanted to lie and mislead like the hospital episode, he got away with it when an ethical AG would have requested closed session or put in the record he could not disclose anything. After reading this I would give Bush a pass because I believe him when he told Comey he did not know everything Cheney and the underlings were doing. Thank God we have an ethical FBI Director and others not so easily willing to break the law!! Its the duty of every American to read this entire report!!

‘Most PSP Leads Were Determined Not to Have Any Connection to Terrorism’ | The Lie Politic
Pingback posted July 12, 2009 @ 4:53 am

[...] of this country,” in the words of Attorney General Alberto Gonzales in 2005. Today’s inspectors general report on the President’s Surveillance Program doesn’t really substantiate that assessment. [...]

Bush Personally Ordered Visit to Ashcroft’s Hospital Bed | The Lie Politic
Pingback posted July 12, 2009 @ 4:54 am

[...] Ashcroft’s deputy Jim Comey refused to certify the warrantless surveillance program. Just look at this profile in courage: According to notes from Ashcroft’s FBI security detail, at 6:20 p.m. that evening Card [...]

Comment posted July 12, 2009 @ 10:35 am

This episode is covered in Jane Mayer's book, The Dark Side. It's a good primer for what happened during the Bu$h Administration. There's much more about Cheney, the VP being a power center and assassination squads.

Weekly Web Watch 07/06/09 – 07/12/09 « EXECUTIVE WATCH
Pingback posted July 12, 2009 @ 9:33 pm

[...] The Inspector Generals of Justice, Defense, CIA, NSA, and the Director of National Intelligence released their report on the “President’s Surveillance Program.”  This report was mandated by the FISA Amendments [...]

Photomaniacal » Blog Archive » Dick Cheney’s fantasy war | John McQuaid
Pingback posted July 13, 2009 @ 4:59 pm

[...] week a report by inspectors general at five federal agencies offered more insights into the efforts of the National Security Agency and CIA on warrantless [...]

Comment posted April 10, 2010 @ 4:46 pm

Gonzales committed perjury. Yep johnld77 he did.

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