Feinstein: CIA spied on staff, may have broken law

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  1. thisnumbersdisconnected

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    Brennan, of course, denied the charges Feinstein leveled. Ironically, Senate Intelligence Committee staffers came across the possible violation after the committee and the agency agreed that those staffers could review million of sensitive documents at Langley. Oops.
     
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    Well, actually, not an "oops." I mean, come on: Congress *should* have the "right" to search sensitive, classified documents held by the CIA (whether they have the verified, authorized clearance and access to those documents); while God forbid *anyone* exercise the same judicious concern about the rulers--ahem, representatives--of our country....
     
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    Back when the Democrats were getting a lot of political traction from the "Bush tortures people" rhetoric, I had a feeling they were playing with fire.
     

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