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L. Coyote Donating Member (1000+ posts) Send PM | Profile | Ignore Sat Aug-25-07 06:42 PM
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63. More interested in how many people are reading what he said. These post
indicate that there is little concern with the substance of the discussions by DM.

For example, in Cannonfire's More on the Mystery Poster, there are a few points that merit discussion, moreso certainly than speculations about the inner mental machinations of possible whistleblowers and leakers (however interesting such psychological topics may be).

http://cannonfire.blogspot.com/2007/07/more-on-mystery-...

This is a short list compared to the many topics in all the posts:

* Verizon was allowing the NSA to listen in on private telephone calls and emails

* Verizon responded they could not confirm or deny ...

* Drew C. Arena is the "Vice President and Associate General Counsel Law Enforcement and national Security Compliance, Verizon."

* There is an overlap between the WH, RNC, Verizon, DoJ on the FISA through the AMDCOS-intermediary link within the Verizon e-mail.

* AMDCOS, an Israeli telecommunications company in St. Louis, MO, is a DoJ contractor accused of spying DoJ and telephone and credit card records of U.S. intelligence operatives.

* Fleishman Hilliard may have stripped down versions of the NSA intercept data.

* Gonzales' "this program" or "that program" relate to NSA data stripped of identifying information, transferred to a firm associated with DoJ and DoD.

* What is the explanation for the discrepancy between Mueller's and Gonzales' description of the surveillance programs.

AND, I sure would appreciate avoiding a flame war or even discussing why we are not discussing such and such. I'm trying to reclaim the OP focus, what is being said by Deep Modem.
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