posted on Oct, 5 2012 @ 06:55 AM
Here something i stumbled across a new report of the DHS and the fusion centers
DHS Permanent Subcommittee on Investigations
The report provides details of the investigation of “fusion centers,” or intelligence centers across the country under the control of the U.S.
Department of Homeland Security,
it provides critical insight into the workings of the DHS itself.
This is 13 months of reports issued between April 1, 2009 and April 30, 2010
The report, subcommittee investigators identified no reports that uncovered a terrorist threat, nor could identify a contribution to disrupt an active
There were 386 unclassified reports reviewed during this investigation.
Only 94 were found to relate “in some way” to potential terrorist activity, or the activities of a known or suspected terrorist.
Of those 94 reports, the usefulness of those reports were deemed as “questionable.”
DHS intelligence reporters overstepped legal boundaries, including reporting on First Amendment-protected activities lacking violence or criminality,
and improperly reporting on political, religious or ideological speech that is not violent or criminal.
There a lot of pages here i've only skimmed through them as soon as i time i'll read it through.
Enjoy and draw your own conclussions on the report.