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    Entries in NSA (6)

    Monday
    Feb242014

    The unexpected

    More delicious NSA revelations ... Getting off the no-fly list ... Guantánamo update ... Remaking the law of war ... Botched executions ... Wall Street's lack of conviction ... Roger Fitch files from Washington 

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    Wednesday
    Dec182013

    Home of the brave

    Year in review from Our Man in Washington, Roger Fitch ... National Rifle Association's dreams come true ... Business lobby group wants more exploitation of the masses ... Guantánamo 11 years on ... Gay rights take hold ... As does the NSA 

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    Monday
    Nov182013

    Am I missing something? 

    Louis Brandeis J warned you about evesdropping ... Undercover work and the risk of paternity suits ... Queensland's VLAD law clearly aimed at criminal clubs such as the Roman Catholic and Anglican Churches ... Well-educated Brit trooper shoots Taliban prisoner ... Procrustes opines 

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    Monday
    Sep302013

    More blockbusters coming to you

    Israel given unfiltered NSA data ... All phone calls in the US are "relevant to terrorism" ... Defence contractor successfully sues torture victims for costs ... NY designates city mosques as "terrorism enterprises" ... US Supremes in need of a code of conduct ... Nixon on judicial appointments ... Roger Fitch files from the town in the process of shutting down  

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    Monday
    Aug122013

    You're under surveillance

    Attorney General Holder promised the Russians that the US wouldn't torture Snowden, and they still wouldn't hand him over ... NSA's "network security agreements" with helpful telecoms ... Stacking the Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Court with Republicans ... Roger Fitch, Our Man in Washington, on the inner workings of a non-functioning democracy 

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    Tuesday
    Jul092013

    Straying from the rightful path

    Corporate mercenaries settle with Iraqi victims ... While Abu Ghraib contractor ducks liability for torture ... Corporates and conservatives generally pleased after Supreme Court's latest term ... British newspaper scoops US media on major security story ... Spying on attorneys at Gitmo ... Our Man in Washington, Roger Fitch, reports 

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