They'll Be Coming Out of the Woodwork
Russell D. Tice is a former intelligence analyst for the U.S. Air Force, Office of Naval Intelligence, Defense Intelligence Agency (DIA) and National Security Agency (NSA). During his nearly 20 year career with various United States government agencies, he conducted intelligence missions related to the Kosovo War, Afghanistan, the USS Cole bombing in Yemen and Operation Iraqi Freedom. In December, 2005, Tice helped spark a national controversy over claims that the NSA and the DIA were engaged in unlawful and unconstitutional wiretaps on American citizens. He later admitted that he was one of the sources that were used in the New York Times' reporting on the wiretap activity in December 2005.
Tice began to receive national attention as a whistleblower in May, 2005, after speaking publicly about alleged retaliation by government officials for reporting his suspicions that a DIA colleague might be a Chinese spy, and about the need for legislation to protect national security agency whistleblowers. <<<<
Now that Bush and Dick are out on their crooked asses, Tice is becoming a regular on Keith Olbermann and Rachel Maddow's MSNBC shows, and he's telling just how slimy and devious the Bush spy network has been toward ordinary citizens.
Using certain algorhythms, Bush's spooks were listening in on millions of calls made and taken by all sorts of people, especially journalists.
I imagine any blogger who's ever said even one tiny incendiary thing about BushCo has been tapped at least a couple of hundred times.
The NSA had free reign under Bush, and apparently they took full advantage of the lawlessness encouraged by the corrupt, deceitful Bush regime.
Now that the Bush goons are gone, imagine the stories we'll be hearing by whistleblowers in the coming months.
One step closer to prosecuting those miserable, treasonous sons of bitches.