The following article describes a very concerning picture of the NSA. An organization rife with corruption to the highest levels, with Supreme Court Justices in their back pockets, a Congress that turns a blind eye and tax dollars effectively stolen to fund outragous espionage on US citizens.
On June 13th, a fifty-four-year-old former government employee named Thomas Drake is scheduled to appear in a courtroom in Baltimore, where he will face some of the gravest charges that can be brought against an American citizen. A former senior executive at the National Security Agency, the government’s electronic-espionage service, he is accused, in essence, of being an enemy of the state.
Is it Drake, or is the NSA the real enemy of the state?