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    03 February 2006

    Premeditated Domestic Espionage

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    Just like the war on Iraq, the domestic spying (that has become so common) was pushed 3 decades ago by...

    Cheney and Rummy
    An intense debate erupted during the Ford administration over the president's powers to eavesdrop without warrants to gather foreign intelligence, according to newly disclosed government documents. George H.W. Bush, Donald Rumsfeld and Dick Cheney are cited in the documents.

    The roughly 200 pages of historic records obtained by The Associated Press reflect a remarkably similar dispute between the White House and Congress fully three decades before President Bush's acknowledgment he authorized wiretaps without warrants of some Americans in terrorism investigations.


    "Yogi Bera was right: It's deja vu all over again," said Tom Blanton

    Posted by Geoff

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