Surprise, surprise. Turns out that the Bush administration might not have been completely upfront about the extent of domestic surveillance. From today’s Washington Post:
“Attorney General Alberto R. Gonzales appeared to suggest yesterday that the Bush administration’s warrantless domestic surveillance operations may extend beyond the outlines that the president acknowledged in mid-December.
In a letter yesterday to senators in which he asked to clarify his Feb. 6 testimony to the Senate Judiciary Committee, Gonzales also seemed to imply that the administration’s original legal justification for the program was not as clear-cut as he indicated three weeks ago.” rest of article
Anyone interested in starting a pool on what unconstitutional privacy violation will be uncovered next?