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On Watch: Episode 16 – Obama Spy Scandal: NSA used for domestic political intelligence & violated Constitution

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The top secret FISA court order Chris references can be found here.

Chris Farrell is Judicial Watch’s Director of Investigations. His network of inside sources and informants spans the globe. You can read his bio here.

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***There is no transcript available for this episode of On Watch.


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