Finally, Some Answers on NSA Domestic Spying?


The Senate Judiciary Committee has made at least nine formal requests for documents regarding the NSA’s domestic spying programs, but the Bush Administration has refused to hand anything over. The stonewalling may finally cease now that the committee has voted to issue subpoenas, with Chairman Leahy openly questioning what the Administration has to hide.

A list of the documents Leahy and the committee hope to uncover can be found here.

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