Skip to comments.Procedures For Wire, Electronic, and Oral Interceptions For Law Enforcement
Posted on 06/14/2013 7:08:45 PM PDT by Absolutely Nobama
The following document is the current Department of Defense manual on the procedures for intercepting wire, electronic and oral communications for law enforcement. The manual also discusses 'access to electronic communications in electronic storage or in a remote computing service.' Though the manual was issued in 1995, it is still current according to another, unreleased DoD Directive-Type Memorandum updated in 2012 (DTM 11-007 Delegation of Authority to Approve Consensual Interceptions for Law Enforcement) that makes reference to the manual and modifies some of its language.
(Excerpt) Read more at publicintelligence.net ...
Hey, look what I found.....
Nut-job Conspiracy Theory Ping!
To get onto The Nut-job Conspiracy Theory Ping List you must threaten to report me to the Mods if I dont add you to the list...
Hi NSA, look what I’m reading. Quick question, how long does it take you guys to talk to the IRS to sent their AR-15 toting agents out to audit me?
I knew I could count on you! Woo-hoo!
It won’t take ‘em too long! Black helicopters are mighty fast!
Is that Al Franken ?
Thinking of declaring my house a mosque...but all that foot washing...I don’t know.
IT NOT UNLEGAL IFFEN I DO'S IT
I wonder if the NSA could help me locate a half slab of costa esmeralda granite in houston?
The frightening thing about this is the fact that this dork gets to make decisions that will effect the rest of my life.
Way to go Minnesota, way to freaking go.
You can rename your family the “Mosqueteers” or the “Mosquewitzes”.
This is funny yet tragic.
I thought HHS outlawed those things......
He’s an angry little fascist, but dammit, people like him...and will cheat the vote for him in Minnesota.
The “Mosquewitzes” - That’s funny. 70 year bloodbath over which side of the family can have a settlement in the bathroom. Gives a whole new meaning to the term “suicide bomber.”
Another famous Minnesotan nut job said this:
“Win if you can, lose if you must, but always cheat.”
That nut job was Jesse Ventura, former pro wrestler and pathetic governor.
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