(WATCH) Investigative journalist Sharyl Attkisson testifies about govt. surveillance abuse

Sharyl Attkisson testified before members of Congress alongside James O’Keefe of Project Veritas on May 10.

Read more about Attkisson v. DOJ and FBI here.

Both journalists have been improperly targeted by government agents, and both have current lawsuits against the government ongoing regarding surveillance abuses.

Watch video clip below:

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4 thoughts on “(WATCH) Investigative journalist Sharyl Attkisson testifies about govt. surveillance abuse”

  1. This article “Oh Big Brother where art thou ? =” I’m right here ! I been here all the time hiding in the background along with the Intel companies collecting your Data. Cherry picking and Data brokering all your stuff with the other hundreds of Data Brokers around the world in China and Russia and so on ? Sharyl you only scratched the surface of what’s been going on for decades with these devices …No wonder these people have gotten so rich ?

  2. I think that reinvention won’t work. Some agencies need to be abolished and left of the scrap heap of history. For the others we need to apply the laws to them and sentence the criminals in their midst, from the lowest level to the head of the departments, to the harshest sentences for willful violations of the laws.

    Pass laws and enact measures that ensure that there is oversight on all law enforcement and national security agencies and the people with oversight privileges have access to all records and documents. Make every agency prove that any redactions are necessary for the safety of those gathering the information and not to cover up crimes

    Unfortunately this will never happen. The corruption, in Congress and the media, runs too deep. Media manipulation ensures that the most ethical won’t run for office and only the least ethical has a hope of getting elected.

    1. That said, thank you Sharyl for all you do. You, along with a very few others, are a shining beacon of light in the darkness.

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