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Bill Binney was the one who wrote the software for the NSA’s entire spying program that records everything. It was supposed to be used against foreign enemies and criminals. But after the Twin Towers were demolished, the Patriot Act allowed the program to be extended to domestic spying. So in October 2001, Bill Binney resigned, not wanting to be part of that.
Now he reveals in this 15-minute interview how the DOJ could build a case against all of the criminals on Wall Street and in the government in about one month, using just 10 employees. Even all of Hillary’s 30,000 deleted emails are recorded in the NSA’s computers.
As Q often says, speaking of the evidence against them, “We have it all.”