It's using surveillance devices originally developed for the CIA.
That would be "the same troubling surveillance it has conducted for decades on political activists."
Rutgers students had no connections to terrorist activities whatsoever. Their “wrongdoing” amounts to being members of the
Singling out American Muslims for blanket surveillance does not make our nation safer. Spying based on race, ethnicity or religion has failed to identify criminal activity while undermining the very trust between American Muslims and law enforcement that is needed to fight real threats.
Categorically bugging all mosques and "infiltrating" MSAs might be the quick and easy option for our government to show us that it is "doing something" to combat terror, but is it really the most optimal method for serious law enforcement?
“Even the CIA responds,” Goldman, 42, jumped in. “Even the FBI responds.” But it's the third investigation that drew the
Both Bloomberg and Kelly have staunchly defended the NYPD's use of stop and frisk. But as The Daily News reports, Kelly would
Nearly 100 posters, all of which included the message, "NYPD Drones. Protection when you least expect it," were put up over