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“We needed a court order to eavesdrop on him, but we didn’t need a court order to kill him. Isn’t that something?” –Michael Hayden, former Air Force general and CIA Director under Bush, on the assassination of Anwar al-Awlaki. Hayden … Continue reading

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We Know

“We don’t need to ask who you’re talking to. We know.” –Anonymous “national security representative“, to reporter Lucy Dalglish, on why she shouldn’t expect too many subpoenas of journalists for their sources, a la James Risen.

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