As Director of National Intelligence James Clapper said that the PRISM project is aimed on foreigners would you say that the European Union (European Commission) should as ask at least for the clarifications if European citizens were targeted? Read few comments.
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According to media report Russian spy ring of 10 people including Anna Chapman was getting close enough to a sitting US cabinet member and FBI feared that Chapman would compromise a senior US official in a honey trap. Should the official (he or she) be named?
ABCnews reports: A female Russian agent got “close enough” to a sitting U.S. cabinet member that the FBI felt they had to swoop in and arrest the lot — but it wasn’t the famous femme fatale Anna Chapman, federal officials said today.
Panetta concerned about a Pakistani doctor arrested for providing intelligence for the raid that killed OBL
If Panetta said he is very concerned what can (should) the US do about this?
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As always, should any member of your team be caught or killed, we will disavow all knowledge of your actions.
As Some Slovak journalist had been allegedly wiretapped by the Military Defense Intelligence I have asked few experts when it could be justified.
Comments by William McCants, Erroll Southers, Brian Fishman and Jarret Brachman.
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