Saturday, March 08, 2008

NSA Spying Scandal Unresolved Yet Not Going Away

Glenn Greenwald
Wednesday May 16, 2007 06:16 EST
Comey's testimony raises new and vital questions about the NSA scandal
(Updated below - Update II - Update III - Update IV)

"The testimony yesterday from James Comey re-focuses attention on one of the long unresolved mysteries of the NSA scandal. And the new information Comey revealed, though not answering that question decisively, suggests some *deeply troubling answers. Most of all, yesterday's hearing underscores how **unresolved the entire NSA matter is -- how little we know (but ought to know) about what actually happened and how little accountability there has been for some of the most severe and blatant acts of presidential lawbreaking in the country's history."

* Deeply troubling is the right phrase since the NSA's covert spying includes remotely tracking Americans by way of the electromagnetic fields around their bodies. Congress will never admit to this, because to do so would be an admission of its collusion with the NSA in treasonous crimes against the American people.

** Once again, unresolved is the right term given that until the testimony of John St. Clair Akwei in his lawsuit against the NSA is acknowledged by Congress, this situation will remain unresolved. As the philosopher playwrite Voltaire once wrote, it is dangerous to be write when the government is wrong. And is this case there has never been a government more wrong than the United States Federal Government; a government which has completely betrayed its own people while presenting an illusion of freedom which has not existed in more than a Century.

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