A former communications intercept operator says U.S. intelligence snooped on the private lives of two of America's most important allies in fighting al Qaeda: British Prime Minister Tony Blair and Iraq's first interim president, Ghazi al-Yawer.Tony Blair. Really... Unreal. The crimes of this administration defy belief.
Faulk says his top secret clearance at Ft. Gordon gave him access to an intelligence data base, called "Anchory," where he says he saw the file on then-British prime minister Tony Blair in 2006.
Monday, November 24, 2008
Can you hear me now?
Apparently the NSA, while busy snooping (illegally) on the conversations of various American servicemen overseas (and later passing the recordings around for a laugh) were also spying on bigger fish. According to a report from ABC News, the NSA under Bush was spying on the private conversations of British Prime Minister Tony Blair.