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To uncover the source behind the New York Times article that exposed Obama’s order of cyber-attacks on Iran, the FBI seized phone and email logs from the White House, defense department and intelligence agencies, the paper revealed.
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US Government made people fear their own shadow. Terrorist achieved their objective of fear in US
talk about biting the hand that feeds. wow.
The US & UK governments need to stifle the free press so they can commit mass murder, torture and other human rights violations. They must be learning from the old Taliban regime!
Bush .G.W admitted to spending $400 million on covert action in Iran (before he left office).
An important check and balance in the world is reporting the dreadful things the powerful do. Fact.
Make no mistakes about it.
The Obama administration is involved in so much corruption, weapons running, murder, racketeering, extortion, and other acts that it HAS to hack the emails of all news agencies, reporters, and government officials just to make sure that nothing leaks out.
The administration is simply giving lame excuses and justifications to cover this fact up.
From Fast and Furious to Benghazi, this administration has it all.
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