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The FBI was probably tapping Edward Said's phone right up until the day
he died. Details are emerging of a surveillance effort that extended
for nearly thirty years.
This just in: The Pentagon offers yet another lesson in democracy. Just don't look for any bylines.
When the FBI hunted down and killed one of its most wanted fugitives in September, outrage over the botched operation may have energized the Puerto Rican independence movement.
The FBI--with apparent White House
approval--continues to seek the authority to bypass the court system in
pursuit of evidence against terror suspects.
Even in tiny outposts like Havre, Montana, a profound
cultural and psychological shift has occurred since the events of 9/11.
Any deed or disclosure that sabotages the CIA's capacity for covert operations deserves praise.
Team Bush has hunkered down and ignored press inquiries, hoping the storm surrounding Karl Rove will pass.
Mark Felt is one of only two people who has been prosecuted for COINTELPRO crimes.
Government employees should never have to choose between
their conscience and their career.
During the most heated moments of the Watergate scandal, W. Mark Felt was assigned the mission of unearthing and stopping Deep Throat.
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