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Old February 17, 2014, 11:54 PM   #14
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Above the law?

Originally Posted by 44 AMP
I would also like to point out that having a written plan to do something, and doing that thing are not the same thing.
I think it goes far beyond a Federal agency and one particular action. When you have a law enforcement agency make a formal plan that involves, among other things, circumventing the constitution and perjury on a large scale, I doubt most people would believe that agency could properly enforce the law.

Originally Posted by 44 AMP
Finding a document with a plan to do it is a serious wake up call, but only rock solid proof of illegality will allow anything to be done about it.
I'm not sure how much proof you are going to have that agency X received warrantless collected information Y and acted on it for situation Z when, among other things, you have officials lying about it. The only way to fix the problem is to shut down all the warrantless collection of data like the NSA is currently engaged in...
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