Tag: Freedom of Information Act
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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Whistleblower Reveals Drones Are Deadly and Poorly Used

For those interested in when and how the U.S. government uses drones abroad, getting data is difficult, if not impossible. I speak from personal experience. In writing on the use of drones internationally and domestically, I’ve found that data is sparse. Putting together anything that resembles a “comprehensive data set” means hundreds of hours...
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Will Cameras Save Us from the Police State?

Practically every day, a new video is circulating on the internet showing severe examples of police misconduct. As the police become increasingly militarized and brazen in their violent attacks—for example, see this story on a Baptism party in a private backyard broken up for excessive noise, ended when cops tasered a grandfather and a...
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