An Anonymous Hacker stole 70 Million Recorded Phone Calls recorded by the Department of Justice which not only exposes the DOJ but proves the Bulk collection, and massive spying-on of Americans reaches into every corner of society
These records prove, beyond a reasonable doubt, that the DOJ has been spying on inmates phone calls, even those between clients and attorneys. This is the result of BULK data collection similar to those revealed in the Snowden revelations. The anonymous hacker exposes DOJ (Department of Justice) as if we didn’t know the system was corrupt. Also, the prison system would be the first place an American loses their rights. But certain rights are unalienable, especially attorney, client, privilege. This is one right prisoners reserve, for obvious reasons.
Even though many people are aware of the injustices and corruption in our government, there are many who are not satisfied that the proof is out there. This is one more revelation to add to the pile of evidence mounting up against the tyrants who control our country.
The whistleblower community is growing my friends. Recently, “The Drone Papers” were also released exposing Obama’s killer drones who hunt people around the world. Those drones kill 90% innocent civilians.
The Intercept Broke the Story of the Hack as the files were first sent to their Securedrop Server
An enormous cache of phone records obtained by The Intercept reveals a major breach of security at Securus Technologies, a leading provider of phone services inside the nation’s prisons and jails. The materials — leaked via SecureDrop by an anonymous hacker who believes that Securus is violating the constitutional rights of inmates — comprise over 70 million records of phone calls, placed by prisoners to at least 37 states, in addition to links to downloadable recordings of the calls. The calls span a nearly two-and-a-half year period, beginning in December 2011 and ending in the spring of 2014. –Finish Reading the Intercept Article
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