layers of security personnel in the USA
annihilator1100 at hotmail.com
Mon Sep 21 09:42:08 PDT 2009
Actually, I believe what you are referring to is the CIA's old mantra. The
NSA is part of the Defense Intelligence community and the rest of the boys
in Ft. Meade, MD and quite open about not only their existence but they play
it up these days as doing oh so much to aide Homeland Security, TSA, and the
war on "terror". That last part is what gets me, still trying to figure out
who the true terrorists are.
"I was burdened greatly by the deaths of those around me. But incorporating
their suffering into our own lives does not change the way of the world."
General John Bell Hood; Commander of the Texas Brigade, 4th Texas Calvary,
5th Texas Calvary, 17th Texas Infantr
From: "John Soliday" <johnsoliday at msn.com>
Sent: Monday, September 21, 2009 9:27 AM
To: "'David Beard'" <davidebeard at comcast.net>; "'Kawasaki GPZ1100
Discussion'" <gpzlist at micapeak.com>
Subject: RE: layers of security personnel in the USA
> ...yeah but I thought the NSA "didn't exist" or rather anything that could
> be blamed on them ;-)
> John (used to work for the "customer", see they don't exist!)
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> Behalf Of David Beard
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> Subject: Re: layers of security personnel in the USA
> The "armed forces" as well as the CIA are prohibited from operating
> our borders by law. Do they always obey the law? I doubt it. Taking all
> these agencies into account the biggest deterrent to an organized
> is still an armed populace!
> Dave B
> Marilyn Mason wrote:
> After seeing the border patrol guys in the Aderondacks I started
> the # of security/law enforcement layers there are in the country.
> You've got the army. navy, airforce, marines, border patrol, coast
> state police, county sherrifs, village police, city police,FBI, CIA,
> secret service, maybe some other band of spooks.
> How many did I miss?
> Just curious.
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