Thursday, August 02, 2007

Domestic Spy Program Bigger than White House Admitted

The top intelligence official, Mike McConnell, Director of National Intelligence, for the Bush Administration has admitted that the domestic surveillance program created after 9/11 was only a small part of a program that had much broader implications than President Bush was willing to disclose initially.

"Bush acknowledged the existence of a program that monitored domestic phone calls and e-mails without court oversight in December 2005. The administration has not confirmed other secret spying efforts reported by news outlets, such as one that searched millions of telephone records."


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