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Mr. Russell D. Tice

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NSWBC: Congress Not Allowed to Receive Information from NSA Whistleblower
www.buzzflash.com, 27 April 2006 [cached]
NSWBC urged the congress to hold hearings and let Mr. Tice testify.Today, more than four months after Mr. Tice's letters were sent to the chairs of the Senate and House Intelligence Committees and publicized in the media, he has yet to receive a response and be given an opportunity to lawfully disclose his first-hand account of criminal acts conducted by the National Security Agency.
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On December 16, 2005, Russ Tice wrote to the chairs of the Senate and House Intelligence Committees requesting a classified briefing to report to Congress probable unlawful and unconstitutional acts conducted while he was an intelligence officer with the National Security Agency (NSA) and with the Defense Intelligence Agency (DIA).In his letter, Mr. Tice stated that these acts involved the Director of the National Security Agency, the Deputies Chief of Staff for Air and Space Operations, and the U.S. Secretary of Defense, and were conducted via very highly sensitive intelligence programs and operations known as Special Access Programs (SAP).SAP programs and operations are more commonly referred to as "black world" programs and operations (To read Mr. Tice's Letter to Congress Click Here)
On January 09, 2006, NSA sent a letter addressed to Mr. Tice and asserted that no senators, congressmen or staff on the Senate Select Committee on Intelligence (SSCI) or the House Permanent Select Committee on Intelligence (HPSCI) possessed high enough security clearance to be briefed by Mr. Tice. (To read a PDF of NSA's letter to Mr. Tice Click Here)
NSWBC urged the congress to hold ...
www.nswbc.org, 26 April 2006 [cached]
NSWBC urged the congress to hold hearings and let Mr. Tice testify. Today, more than four months after Mr. Tice's letters were sent to the chairs of the Senate and House Intelligence Committees and publicized in the media, he has yet to receive a response and be given an opportunity to lawfully disclose his first-hand account of criminal acts conducted by the National Security Agency.
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On December 16, 2005, Russ Tice wrote to the chairs of the Senate and House Intelligence Committees requesting a classified briefing to report to Congress probable unlawful and unconstitutional acts conducted while he was an intelligence officer with the National Security Agency (NSA) and with the Defense Intelligence Agency (DIA). In his letter, Mr. Tice stated that these acts involved the Director of the National Security Agency, the Deputies Chief of Staff for Air and Space Operations, and the U.S. Secretary of Defense, and were conducted via very highly sensitive intelligence programs and operations known as Special Access Programs (SAP). SAP programs and operations are more commonly referred to as " black world" programs and operations (To read Mr. Tice's Letter to Congress Click Here)
On January 09, 2006, NSA sent a letter addressed to Mr. Tice and asserted that no senators, congressmen or staff on the Senate Select Committee on Intelligence (SSCI) or the House Permanent Select Committee on Intelligence (HPSCI) possessed high enough security clearance to be briefed by Mr. Tice. (To read NSA's letter to Mr. Tice Click Here)
End the Illusion - Articles on Justice
www.endtheillusion.org, 2 Oct 2014 [cached]
From Russ Tice, former intelligence analyst with 20 years of experience at NSA, the US Air Force, the Office of Naval Intelligence, and the Defense Intelligence Agency, in a June 2013 interview with Boiling Frogs:
National Security Agency (NSA) ...
canadafreepress.com, 21 Jan 2014 [cached]
National Security Agency (NSA) veterans Bill Binney, Russ Tice and Kirk Wiebe spoke at a Friday news conference at the National Press Club, in Washington, D.C., with Tice declaring that the spy agency monitored Barack Obama's telephone conversations-and those of his wife-in 2004, apparently as a result of Obama's run for the U.S. Senate and emergence as a major figure in the Democratic Party.
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A major exception was NBC News, which posted a clip from the press conference and an item noting that "Former NSA analyst Russ Tice says that, during his tenure, the NSA had a program that spied on phone and email messages of Congress, the Supreme Court, reporters, military and an up-and-coming politician named Barack Obama. These are sensational charges.
Jeff Mason of Reuters interviewed Tice about Obama's proposed "reforms" of the agency, but didn't include any comments on the agency's alleged surveillance of Obama.
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Tice, who says he supported Obama for president even though he had been a conservative Republican, told Russia Today (RT) television that "...a high-level person at NSA told me this was being directed from the vice president's office. That would be Vice-President Dick Cheney. I don't know that for sure, but that's what I was told from a very senior person at NSA. Tice also told the Moscow-funded propaganda channel that Obama may somehow be "controlled" as President as a result of its surveillance of him.
Tice cannot be dismissed completely as a nut by the Left, since he was one of the sources used in The New York Times' reporting in December 2005 on domestic surveillance activity. The media have treated him as credible in the past. His affiliations reportedly include his roles as a former intelligence analyst for the U.S. Air Force, Office of Naval Intelligence, Defense Intelligence Agency, and the National Security Agency. Jesselyn Radack, an associate of NSA leaker Edward Snowden, has defended Tice as a "whistleblower," and Tice is featured on the site of the National Whistleblowers Center.
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Tice said at the January 17 National Press Club news conference that he had "in my hand," during his work for the NSA, the telephone numbers for Barack Obama and his wife, but that the documents were destroyed. "I had numerous phone numbers. I assume his wife's number was there as well," he said.
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Tice seemed unfamiliar with Davis.
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Tice ridiculed the idea that there were any legitimate grounds on which to monitor or investigate Obama. At the same time, he said the agency may have been seeking something they could "use against him in the future. He wasn't clear as to whether or not he meant they were seeking something specific. Is there something Obama is hiding?
If the interest was communism, Tice said, then why were so many other people, including admirals, members of congress, and Supreme Court justices, under surveillance? Of course, we have to take his word that all of these people were under surveillance, because he said the documentation for all of this was destroyed when he worked for the NSA.
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Tice, an analyst, may not have been in a high enough position to know or understand this. His speculation about then-Vice President Cheney ordering the surveillance is just that-speculation. And it may stem from his announced preference for Obama as president.
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Tice ridicules the idea of the NSA monitoring "commies" on Capitol Hill.
AlterNet: Rights and Liberties: An NSA Whistleblower Speaks Out
alternet.org, 1 May 2005 [cached]
Former NSA intelligence officer Russel Tice recently announced that he wants to testify before Congress.He was fired in May 2005 after he spoke out as a whistleblower.
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