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    Privacy Takes Another Hit With Return of Junior G-Men
    News/Comment; Posted on: 2007-08-06 19:25:03 [ Printer friendly / Instant flyer ]

    As for our civil liberties? Don't worry about it. We weren't using them anyway.

    by Bill Press

    J. Edgar Hoover is grinning in his grave.

    As reported by ABC's Brian Ross, the FBI has adopted a plan to recruit 15,000 covert informants in the United States to help keep America safe from terrorists, criminals, pickpockets, litterbugs, jaywalkers, people who cheat on eye exams and other public menaces.

    At a cost of more than $22 million, the FBI will train its new "confidential human sources" to become the bureau's eyes and ears. Their job? Reporting to FBI officials anybody who is "suspicious."

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    News Source: Baltimore Sun


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