When Business insider online agrees with me that organized gang stalking, aka harassment of whistle blowers and journalists; petty criminals and FBI informants alike, probably, you should open your ears to those who claim that something unconstitutional and severely debilitating is happening in America towns and cities. Sure- if you have nothing to hide, then you probably also have nothing to say worth hearing.
But William Binney tried to save even you from a waste of four billion dollars. And because you are paying a ton of money for these things to happen to others whose only goal was to keep America strong, and Constitutionally protected, you might find moment to lend your voice for a change.
From Business Insider:
Latest Glenn Greenwald Scoop Vindicates One Of The Original NSA Whistleblowers
William Binney — one of the best mathematicians and code breakers in National Security Agency (NSA) history — worked for America’s premier covert intelligence gathering organization for 32 years before resigning in late 2001 because he “could not stay after the NSA began purposefully violating the Constitution.”
Binney claims that the NSA took one of the programs he built, known as ThinThread, and started using the program and members of his team to spy on virtually every U.S. citizen under the code-name Stellar Wind.
Thanks to NSA whistleblower/leaker Edward Snowden, documents detailing the top-secret surveillance program have now been published for the first time.
And they corroborate what Binney has said for years.
From Glenn Greenwald and Spencer Ackerman of The Guardian:
The collection of email metadata on Americans began in late 2001, under a top-secret NSA program started shortly after 9/11, according to the documents. Known as Stellar Wind, the program initially did not rely on the authority of any court – and initially restricted the NSA from analyzing records of emails between communicants wholly inside the US.