The DEA has been listening to Americans' phone calls for 15 years

The Drug Enforcement Administration, one of the least useful and most corrupt law enforcement agencies in the United States, has been eavesdropping on "essentially all international phone calls made by Americans to a select list of countries."

(The DEA won't say which countries are on the list.) The Unconstitutional spying took place without judicial review, and was not designed for national security; "rather, the information gathered was used in domestic court cases."

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