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CISPES matter, 'Break-ins, Death Threats and the FBI: the
* Covert War Against the Central American Movement', Boston writer Ross
* Gelbspan argues that a much more extensive conspiracy may have been at
* work. Far from being a low-level operation, Gelbspan reports, hundreds
* of documents in the CISPES file had been initialed by Oliver "Buck"
* Revell, then the number two official in the FBI. [Further evidence
* implicates the CIA]
Congress is unable to investigate the FBI, let alone the NSA.
# "U.S. Recruited Ex-Rebel Despite Links to Deaths, Report Says"
# By Tim Golden, The New York Times, January 21, 1997
# A former Salvadoran guerrilla commander was recruited by American officials
# as a paid informer and allowed to resettle in the United States despite
# intelligence information from half a dozen rebels that he had planned a
# 1985 attack in El Salvador in which SIX AMERICANS and seven others were
# killed, newly released Government reports show.
It doesn't matter to our government if Americans get killed.
Whatever the president wants, he gets.
FISA is yet another dagger shredding the U.S. Constitution.
: The Washington Post Magazine, June 23 1996
: "Government surveillance, terrorism and the U.S. Constitution"
: from Main Justice, by Jim McGee and Bri