Tag: Department of Homeland Security
Is the FBI a Private Investigator? Questions Arise in Unsolved “Death” of DHS Whistleblower
As its name implies, the FBI is all about investigation, but a recent case raises questions about the bureau’s performance in that role. February 21 marked one year since Department of Homeland Security whistleblower Philip Haney, author of See Something Say Nothing, was “found deceased” in Amador County, California. Initial reports of suicide were...
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Hapless Jetskier Criminally Charged for $100 mm Airport Security System’s Total Failure
Your Homeland Security tax dollars at work: A man whose jet ski broke down in New York’s Jamaica Bay on Friday evening swam to shore, climbed over an 8′ fence, walked across two runways wearing a bright yellow jacket—passing straight through the airport’s $100 million security system “which exceeds federal requirements,” and consists of...
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Every Single Day, Every Word You Say, I’ll Be Watching You
The Department of Homeland Security has declared its intention to gather personal data on journalists or others who might use “traditional and/or social media in real time to keep their audience situationally aware and informed.” I suppose that would include those of us at the Independent Institute who blog, tweet, and update Facebook. New...
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