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Wednesday, June 19, 2013

Air Force Bans Personnel From Accessing U.S. Domestic Spying Scandal News- Email Embedded

By Susan Duclos

Air Force’s 624th Operations Center sent an e-mail with a NOTAM (Notice to Airmen), prohibiting them from using the Air Force’s NIPRNET (Non-Secure Internet Protocol Router Network) systems to access information on the Obama administration's NSA domestic spying program Prism, and the recently exposed FISA court order giving the NSA access to every Verizon user's data, over 100 million customers, on a daily ongoing basis, for a three month period..

While Americans are debating Obama's expansion on domestic spying and whether the scope of the NSA surveillance under Obama, violates every day Americans' constitutional rights, the very men and women who take an oath to "support and defend the Constitution of the United States against all enemies, foreign and domestic," and put their lives on the line to do so, are forbidden from obtaining information about what their own government is doing.

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Full Wake up America NSA scandal coverage found here.