January 18, 2013
Former National Security Agency Director Michael Hayden says he’s afraid proposed reforms to the National Security Agency could draw the government back to a “pre-9/11 mindset.”
“I’ve actually got some pretty strong feelings about that,” Hayden said Friday on MSNBC’s “Morning Joe.”
“If you direct the agency that they’ve got to go to a judge to query the data that’s already there, and already lawfully collected, that really feels like Sept. 10 to me. That’s a pre-9/11 mindset. That would make me uncomfortable.”
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