US Navy’s ‘NCIS’ Caught Spying On the Entire State of Washington

Published on Sep 21, 2014 by DAHBOO77
A child pornography case in Washington has shockingly escalated as an appeals court determined the U.S. Navy has been engaged in a “routine” and “widespread” program of “hacking” into private citizens’ computers and turning over information to law enforcement agencies.

In a decision filed Sept. 12, a three-judge panel of the U.S. 9th Circuit Court of Appeals called the revelations such a “massive” and “extraordinary” violation of the law it threw out evidence the Navy had collected against Michael Allan Dreyer of Algona, Washington, who had been sentenced in 2012 to 18 years in prison for distribution of child pornography.

According to court documents, a Naval Criminal Investigative Service, or NCIS, agent in Georgia named Steve Logan trolled for traces of child pornography on computers across Washington State. When Logan discovered offending content on Dreyer’s computer, the agent turned the information over to the police.

The judges ruled Logan’s action a violation of the Posse Comitatus Act, which prohibits the military from enforcing civilian laws, and warned greater action needs to be taken to stop the NCIS from continuing the practice.…

One thought on “US Navy’s ‘NCIS’ Caught Spying On the Entire State of Washington

  1. I dont think anyone(especially here on ftt) is shocked.

    It is nice that now there is public record of a crime. Which will be used to justify what is to come when patriots claim what their forefathers gave them.

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