Katharine Gun: The Spy Who Tried to Stop a WarQuicklink submitted by Sheila Samples Permalink
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|The plot she revealed was conceived in America by an American intelligence agency whose director at the time repeatedly assured the US public - and the Congress - that the NSA 'does nothing unlawful.' Others saw it differently. Manipulating intelligence to fit policy was one thing, albeit both disgraceful and outrageous; manipulating people was tantamount to blackmail.|
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