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NSA chief - "This activity is not authorized"

Good news this morning.

The former head of the National Security Agency, Bobby Ray Inman, has come out with guns blazing, aimed right at Bush and his unconstitutional spying program. From Wired Magazine ...
NEW YORK -- Former National Security Agency director Bobby Ray Inman lashed out at the Bush administration Monday night over its continued use of warrantless domestic wiretaps, making him one of the highest-ranking former intelligence officials to criticize the program in public, analysts say.

"This activity is not authorized," Inman said, as part of a panel discussion on eavesdropping that was sponsored by The New York Public Library. The Bush administration "need(s) to get away from the idea that they can continue doing it."
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