Saturday, March 25, 2006

Attorney-Client privilege? Hahaha.

You think your communications with your attorney or doctor are privileged and nobody else's business? Well, you are so wrong.
The National Security Agency could have legally monitored ordinarily confidential communications between doctors and patients or attorneys and their clients, the Justice Department said Friday of its controversial warrantless surveillance program.

Responding to questions from Congress, the department also said that it sees no prohibition to using information collected under the NSA's program in court.

Folks, wake up. You are being violated and stopping terrorists isn't adequate justification. You are more likely to be killed driving to work than by a terrorist bomb.

You deserve what you accept.


Anonymous «—Ū®Āņŭ§—» said...

There's nothing theoretical about it. My sister-in-law is a lawyer and had a call from the local federal detention center monitored about three weeks ago. These things don't just happen in the news or in theory. They happen here and now, in your own neighborhood.

4/08/2006 10:43:00 AM  
Blogger spiiderweb™ said...

I don't doubt if for a minute. These people have no ethics.

4/08/2006 02:40:00 PM  

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