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NSA chief doesn’t know legal basis for surveillance program

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Gen. Keith Alexander, who leads the National Security Agency, deferred answering a question about the legal basis for the surveillance of American phone records until a classified briefing with the Senate Intelligence Committee, with the Justice Department’s assistance. “On the legal standards and stuff, on this part here, I think we need to get the Department of Justice,” Alexander...

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