How the Pentagon punished NSA whistleblowers | Mark Hertsgaard | US news | The Guardian

According to Crane, his superiors inside the Pentagon’s Inspector General’s office were eager to help. Henry Shelley, the general counsel – the office’s top lawyer – urged that the IG office should tell the FBI agents investigating the Times leak about Drake and the other NSA whistleblowers. After all, the NSA whistleblowers’ recent complaint had objected to the same surveillance practices described in the Times article – which made them logical suspects in the leak. Crane objected strenuously. Informing a

Source: How the Pentagon punished NSA whistleblowers | Mark Hertsgaard | US news | The Guardian

Proof the despicable cock-suckers at the FBI trumped up charges on Drake and then proceeded to destroy his life – why? Oh, just because the needle-dick assholes could, that’s why! Mother of God the US Government sucks dicks!

DOJ’s Response to Apple

Okay, seriously, these DOJ pieces of shit need to understand the fact that collectively they don’t have the sense God gave the common dog. But, this ass-wipe agenda they have currently does nothing toward masking the titanic measure of their stupidity. Have some pride you dick-less wonders. At the very least try and emulate your FBI and government forefathers and keep screwing the public in secret. Please stop thinking you can be so public with your unmitigated stupidity and then actually believe nobody is going to notice.

In case there was ever any doubt, the Justice Department declared war on Apple on Thursday.Prosecutors demanded that a federal judge force Apple to unlock San Bernardino killer Syed Rizwan Farook’s iPhone in a brief that bristled with so much venom that Apple’s top lawyer, Bruce Sewell, said it “reads like an indictment.”

Source: The Seven Most Vitriolic Passages in DOJ’s Response to Apple

NSA Is Mysteriously Absent Fight

The Federal Bureau of Investigation insisted that it was helpless. The bureau told a judge in February that Apple has the “exclusive technical means” to try to unlock the contents of San Bernardino shooter Syed Rizwan Farook’s iPhone — and that’s why it should be forced to do so. But notably missing from the FBI’s argument was any mention of whether it had consulted spies and sleuths from the government’s intelligence community — particularly the National Security Agency. The Twitterverse exploded with q

Source: NSA Is Mysteriously Absent From FBI-Apple Fight