The Security Agencies of the United States

The Security Agencies of the United States

How the CIA, FBI, NSA and Homeland Security Keep Us Safe

Book - 2012
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"Read about America's Security Agencies and how they keep us safe"--Provided by publisher.
Publisher: Berkeley Heights, NJ : Enslow Publishers, 2012
ISBN: 9780766040649
Characteristics: 104 p. : ill. ; 24 cm


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Nov 18, 2014

Horrid and horrible book. No reason for the NSA, CIA and DIA to continue to exist. The former head of the DIA, a General Hughes, was responsible for forcing out DIA agent Julie Sirrs, who had warned of an impending terrorist attack from Taliban/al Qaeda on US soil, and had accumulated much important and crucial data on the Taliban/al Qaeda back in the late 1990s up to 2000. That super-incompetent loser, Gen. Hughes, eventually left the DIA and helped form the useless Department of Homeland Security, a true waste of all taxpayers' monies. CIA had no one capable of warning of 9/11, and the FBI true to its originator, the grandnephew of Napoleon, Joseph Bonaparte, ignored its important agents such as Coleen Rowley [who it would also force out of that bureau], who warned of jihadis using aircraft in a possible impending terrorist attack! No point in spending any further monies on the CIA, NSA and DIA, and the FBI should be completely purged of traitorous elements!


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