Lawmakers outside intelligence loop get miffed about briefing structure in Congress
As more details trickle out this week about the federal government's secret collection of American telephone records, frustration is growing on Capitol Hill over a stratified intelligence-briefing structure that gives some members - but far from all - access to highly classified information.
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#1 Jun 12, 2013
like the person who maybe leak imf and can not be found so far, may know more than our gov. does they looking for people secret phone calls and look what has happened the big secret maybe already out by someone that's not even in the states. in my own opinion I think the gov is going to far with all that .I here.they might maybe find more maybe in Washington when all the hearings and people are maybe learning more this is my own opinion only.people talking about what they read and hear on tv. I just tell them that's the gov. way.
#3 Jun 12, 2013
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