Wednesday, December 21, 2005


Spying Program Snared U.S. Calls:
A surveillance program approved by President Bush to conduct eavesdropping without warrants has captured what are purely domestic communications in some cases, despite a requirement by the White House that one end of the intercepted conversations take place on foreign soil, officials say.
This is the one fig-leaf they offered. The one tip of the hat to the law, and they couldn't even do that right.