Wednesday, October 05, 2005

Sandia security managers recorded workers' calls

By ASSOCIATED PRESS
October 5, 2005

ALBUQUERQUE (AP) - An investigation by the U.S. Department of Energy has found that security managers at Sandia National Laboratories routinely recorded telephone and radio conversations of security workers.

Conversations with people outside Sandia also were recorded without their knowledge, according to a copyright story in Wednesday's edition of the Albuquerque Journal.

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Comments:
Perhaps someone should have been monitoring the phone calls
at the White House. Time to bring in a new "contractor" to
run the place? Congressional investigations, anyone?


ABC News: Espionage Case Breaches the White House

http://abcnews.go.com/WNT/story?id=1187030&page=1

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Oct. 5, 2005 — Both the FBI and CIA are calling it the first case
of espionage in the White House in modern history.

Officials tell ABC News the alleged spy worked undetected at the
White House for almost three years. Leandro Aragoncillo, 46,
was a U.S. Marine most recently assigned to the staff of
Vice President Dick Cheney.
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Dear Stickybuns,

Did you really read this story or any of the other news carriers versions of the story. The culprit was first hired by the previous ( Clinton/Gore ) administration!

Yes, please. Let's have a congressional inquiry.
 
But the actual SPYING was done under the nose of Dick Cheney. Mr. "9/11," as you will recall.

Wait! Maybe it was really "Scooter" Libby's fault, not Dick's.
 
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