NSA Claims it Deleted Illegal Surveillance Data from GW Bush Era

The National Security Agency (NSA) has deleted surveillance data about warrantless wiretapping ordered by President George W. Bush to recycle some hard drive space, recent federal court filings reveal.
In 2007, the NSA was ordered by the court to preserve international communications data obtained through a secret surveillance conducted under President George W. Bush following the 9/11 attacks. On Thursday, the agency told US District Court Judge Jeffrey White that it had failed to implement court-mandated precautions, resulting in the loss of surveillance data intercepted between 2001 and 2007.

The information collected as part of the President’s Surveillance Program (PSP) is still needed for a number of pending lawsuits, Politico revealed. While the spy agency is currently undertaking efforts to restore as much of this data as possible, the NSA admitted to erasing backup tapes in 2009, 2011, and 2016…


I’m sure they’re anxious to “recover” their self-incriminating evidence, which may well include the bush cabal’s hit lists of american citizens that bush considered to be threats to their post-9/11 globalist coup.

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