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February 17, 2014
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The NSA & Edward Snowden

Editor: Spying is to discover by close observation. Such activity has historically and continues to be critical to the survival of the United States. To successfully uncover the identity and intent of terrorist embedded within a large population that close observation must be of the largest portion of that population possible. The one restriction is that this observation, spying, must also be within the Constitution. The Fourth Amendment specifically states that we shall be secure from unreasonable search and seizures in our person, house, papers and effects. Other than this, the Constitution does not mention or allude to any right …

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