Obama Signs FISA Warrantless Wiretapping Legislation Extension

The 2008 FISA Amendments act, which allows for the warrantless wiretapping of United States citizens, has now officially been extended to 2017 following President Obama’s authorization signature.

Under the extension on the George W. Bush-era legislation, which lasts until 2017, a judge is no longer required for federal agents to wiretap and monitor all forms of communication. This is done primarily through a NSA-headed deal with communications companies like AT&T. It was back in 2007 when telecommunication networks were actually given retroactive legal immunity for tracking and monitoring calls from within the United States under the NSA’s US wiretapping program.


We are all property of those who own the nation’s fraudulently induced “debt”.

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