The NSA Violated the Law Thousands of Times


nsamgnonlineThe NSA has been discovered to have violated the constitutional rights of American citizens over three thousand times.  They have completely forgotten that a fourth amendment exists.

“The most serious incidents included a violation of a court order and unauthorized use of data about more than 3,000 Americans and green-card holders. The number of records collected per incident, however, would potentially be high. For example, a single incident in February 2012, reports the publication, ‘involved the unlawful retention of 3,032 files that the surveillance court had ordered the NSA to destroy, according to the May 2012 audit. Each file contained an undisclosed number of telephone call records.’ In 2008, in another incident, a ‘large number of calls’ in Washington, D.C. were accidentally intercepted when ‘a programming error confused U.S. area code 202 for 20, the international dialing code for Egypt, according to a ‘quality assurance’ review that was not distributed to the NSA’s oversight staff.” – Washington Post

This is beginning to look more and more like a tyranny.  When are you going to stand up and be heard?  It is time for us to join together and say that we will have no more of our civil liberties trampled upon.

There is an event taking place next month on September 11th, and one of the issues that will be addressed at the rally will be this NSA spying.  Please consider joining at the steps of the Capitol Building.  For details, go to http://www.Patriots4America.com.

We really need to speak up.

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