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LinX is a national information-sharing hub for federal, state and local law enforcement agencies. It is run by the Naval Criminal Investigative Service, raising concerns among some military law experts that putting such detailed data about ordinary citizens in the hands of military officials crosses the line that generally prohibits the armed forces from conducting civilian law enforcement operations.
Why LinX wound up in the NCIS, a military law enforcement agency, is not clear. Current NCIS officials could not explain the reasoning, other than to say it grew out of the department's need for access to law enforcement records relevant to criminal investigations.
A country that is spying on itself and cannot stop 2 kids from bombing a major sporting event even with warning from foreign nationals is one that is scared of what it is becoming and trying to learn how it can further control its citizens.
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This is nothing more than another form of Domestic Spying.
The coast...remember, you have no rights 100 miles from any coast in the US.