'Why Aren't You Spying More?'

The director of the National Counterterrorism Center expressed frustration Wednesday with critics of domestic spying, and said that after recent violent incidents questions about government intrusiveness had turned into complaints that the government wasn't doing enough spying. "In the months before Ft. Hood I was advocating for the extension of some aspects of the PATRIOT Act, and I think for very good reasons people have some concerns," said NCTC Director Michael Leiter. "I got a lot of, 'Why...Full Story
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