NSA Caught Illegally Spying on Americans and Keith Alexander’s Answer Is a Group Hug


NSA Deputy Director John Inglis and DIRNSA Keith Alexander sent [a letter] to family members of NSA employees to make them feel better about the dragnet. It’s a two page letter attempting to convince the family members of our SIGINT spies that their mission is noble and their actions within the scope of the law.

Inglis and Alexander appear worried about what will come next:

“Over the coming weeks and months, more stories will appear.”

Remember, we haven’t yet seen the “misrepresentation” that came between 2009 and 2011. It likely pertains to the Internet metadata dragnet program. Ron Wyden and Mark Udall have warned “some significant information – particularly about violations pertaining to the bulk email records collection program – remains classified.”

Is Inglis and Alexander’s group hug just an attempt to steel NSA family members for still more alarming…revelations about illegal spying on Americans?

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