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The CIA in your state

AHuxley (892839) writes | more than 4 years ago

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AHuxley (892839) writes "The CIA has posted (Oct 28, 2009) a study on Improving homeland security at the state level.
From spying on Russian to trying to kill 3rd world leaders or arming freedom fighters, the CIA is now in your state.
After 911 any firewall between domestic and foreign intelligence activities is now gone.
Thanks to local fusion centers your Governor now has everything from HUMINT (confidential informants) to intermediate all-crimes intelligence.
From blackouts to hurricanes and pandemic diseases your state police can now call on the full force of the CIA for any local need.
Expect to see more funding for regional strategies and contact with the private sector over cyberterrorism.
Getting your computer repaired could result in a look by store techs and a few extra branches of the US government."

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