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Colorado: epicenter of espionage

William Arkin reports in the Washington Post that the Denver suburb of Aurora is becoming a hotbed for national espionage:

NSA is aligning its growing domestic eavesdropping operations -- what the administration calls "terrorist warning" in its current PR campaign -- with military homeland defense organizations, as well as the CIA's new domestic operations [in] Colorado.

Translation: Hey Congress, Colorado is now the American epicenter for national domestic spying.


One of the comments on Arkin's post suggests that Colorado Springs (the city where I grew up) is getting a piece of the action, too. Yippee.

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