Tuesday, April 15, 2014

The Guardian Newspaper And Washington Post Receive Pulitzer Prize For Work With Edward Snowden On NSA Spying

Edward Snowden

The Guardian newspaper in London, England and the Washington Post in America have won the prestigious Pulitzer Prize for their insightful coverage of the NSA Prism scandal, as revealed by former National Security Agency contractor, Edward Snowden. Congrats! It is well deserved. The American people needed to receive confirmation of the vast spying network both the Bush and then Obama administrations have utilized in violation of the Constitution. 

The Judiciary Report and its sister site the Sound Off Column first reported of it in 2006 and 2007, from personal experience in dealing with the FBI, regarding Anthony Pellicano (who is now in prison) and the phone hacking scandal, which I broke first, after being target by media maggot, Rupert Murdoch and his fellow Kabbalah Center member Madonna. 

At the end of the day, privacy is paramount. The American people and citizens of the world as a whole, deserve privacy and to be afforded dignity in not being spied on. The innocent should not suffer because of those doing wrong in society. There exists a better way to patrol criminal activity.