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FBI Remains America's Worst Domestic Terrorists

The FBI has always been the second worst domestic terrorist organization operating in the United States, second only to the CIA which operates a number of international terrorist training camps around the world.

The FBI works hand-in-hand with organized crime syndicates such as the Church of Scientology, and the CIA's history of being the single largest purchaser of cocaine in the world underscores the fact that the citizens of the world aren't even minimally being "served" or "protested" by our supposed law enforcement elites. Rather the FBI and the CIA serve solely to commit crimes against citizens for the financial benefit of corporations.

AT&T, Verizon, all the other telephone carrier companies which have committed treason against the United States continue to do so with immunity, and the FBI's crimes against us rank even worse than supposed "terrorists" that are allegedly trying to kill us all.

Ask yourself who has destroyed the supposedly inviolate ideals and laws of the United States: The Bush regime or vague Islamic extremists.

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FBI Found to Misuse Security Letters (From Dave Farber's IP)

 link to www.washingtonpost.com

FBI Found to Misuse Security Letters; 2003-06 Audit Cites Probes of Citizens
Justice Department official Glenn A. Fine testifies about his probe of
national security letters. (Dennis Cook -- Associated Press)

Dan Eggen, *The Washington Post*, 14 Mar 2008

The FBI has increasingly used administrative orders to obtain the personal
records of U.S. citizens rather than foreigners implicated in terrorism or
counterintelligence investigations, and at least once it relied on such
orders to obtain records that a special intelligence-gathering court had
deemed protected by the First Amendment, according to two government audits
released yesterday.

The episode was outlined in a Justice Department report that concluded the
FBI had abused its intelligence-gathering privileges by issuing
inadequately documented "national security letters" from 2003 to 2006,
after which changes were put in place that the report called sound.

A report a year ago by the Justice Department's inspector general
disclosed that abuses involving national security letters had occurred
from 2003 through 2005 and helped provoke the changes. But the report
makes it clear that the abuses persisted in 2006 and disclosed that 60
percent of the nearly 50,000 security letters issued that year by the FBI
targeted Americans. [...]

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[See also
 http://www.reuters.com/article/topNews/idUSN0563517120080305
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