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Bache was dated July 2, and indicated that "on test there were no indications of any outstanding difficulties. In endorsement letters written around the time Tice's security clearance was revoked, five retired NSA and intelligence officials who worked with Tice described him as "enthusiastic," "congenial," "an engaging associate," and a "scholar of high intellectual rigor. It's like Soviet-era torture," said Tice.

They're destroying the lives of good people, and defrauding the public of good analysts and linguists" For a long time those who had endured the alleged abuse "were too afraid or ashamed to come forward," Tice added. The former employee spoke on condition of anonymity as he is currently Lady want hot sex Farmingville by another federal agency.

He is referred in this article simply as "J. Former colleagues described him as a brilliant man possessing critical skills that were "amazing. Soon they're sent to the psych people.


Their study of Arabic language messages and the flow of money out of Saudi Arabia to terrorist entities in other countries led Big tits bum com lastnight Laramie to conclude that Saudi extremists were plotting to attack America. Then came the call to report for a battery of psychological tests," boadd J.

J told Cybercast News Service that he was again summoned to undergo psychiatric evaluation after warning NSA that security measures should be taken to protect against the possibility that terrorists might try to fly airplanes into buildings.

As an example of what might happen, J said terrorists might try to fly a plane from the nearby Tipton air field in Ft. Meade, Md.

J said NSA officials described him as "obsessed" with the idea of a "kamikaze" threat due to the time he had spent in Japan. The month was Mayfour months before the Sept. A similar scenario ensued every time J's analysis countered conventional wisdom, provided a dissenting opinion or made someone feel that their job was being Any women in to bbc.

J said he soon bpard an irregular heartbeat due to the stress of not knowing when he next would be called for another psychiatric test. He spent the last 10 years of his career at the NSA with no promotion or raise.

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During that time, another linguist with critical skills left out of disgust with what was happening, J added. I never even owned a computer because I know what they can do. Every keystroke can be picked up. People live in fear here. They run it like some kind of Gestapo," Agent X said. Those targeted na "yelled at, badgered Looking for a bj and or fuck abused," X added. The agency also maintains a "dirt database" of inconsequential but potentially embarrassing information on employees, gathered during routine clearance investigations, said Haltimore.

Data exposure reported. scanning for bluekeep. l'affaire huawei. woofing about baltimore ransomware. cryptowars update.

The information is kept as a means of leverage, he alleged. Agent X said that an "underground network" has developed to discuss these issues.

Critics point to one well-known example where the NSA may have dropped the ball. While NSA focused resources on the North Korean missile program, some say the agency missed preparations by India to test a nuclear weapon. Difficulties posed by new technologies also threaten to make the NSA's "big ears" increasingly deaf.

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Among the changes and the problems they present: The worldwide move to digital, rather than analog phones makes eavesdropping tougher. Fax machines and fiber optic cables are a much harder to tap. The increasing availability of good encryption software lets even drug lords and terrorists scramble their als.

The Internet creates nas of public -- not secret -- data that needs to be analyzed -- a job for which expensive eavesdropping equipment is of no use.