Congressman Hank Johnson (D-Georgia) questioned NSA director and
CYBERCOM commander General Keith Alexander regarding reports that the
NSA is intercepting U.S. citizens' phone calls and e-mails.
From Wired :
NSA chief General Keith Alexander faced tough — and funny — questions from Congress Tuesday stemming from Wired’s story on the NSA’s capabalities and warrantless wiretapping program.
Congressman Hank Johnson, a Georgia Democrat, asked Alexander whether
the NSA could, at the direction of Dick Cheney, identify people who
sent e-mails making fun of his inability to hunt in order to waterboard
Alexander said “No,” adding that the “NSA does not have the ability
to do that in the United States.” Elaborating, Alexander added: “We
don’t have the technical insights in the United Sta
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