posted on Nov, 29 2013 @ 06:52 PM
So anyone still think the US isn't spying on other Nations?
How about just gathering info on private citizens of the World?
Still think that your medical records are truly private?
Still denying that everyone and anyone is under surveillance or at the very least that the US can and does have access to any info on anyone they
decide...including the medical records of a non-citizen?
I have no doubts whatsoever and now this woman doesn't either.
So if this happens to a non-citizen what access do you think the US Govt. has to info on their own citizens?
A Toronto woman denied a flight to New York as part of a cruise trip wants to know how U.S. border agents knew about her history of mental illness.
Ellen Richardson says she was told by U.S. customs officials at Pearson International Airport on Monday that because she had been hospitalized for
clinical depression in June 2012, she could not enter the U.S. As a result, she missed her flight to New York City and a Caribbean cruise, for which
she had paid $6,000.
"I was in shock. I was completely in shock," Richardson said Friday on CBC's Metro Morning. "I had no idea how that was relevant to my seeking entry
into the U.S. for a holiday."
Now to be fair she did write a book about her depression but that makes it even stranger IMO.
U.S. border guards are allowed to bar anyone they deem a threat to themselves, others or their property. They have access to police records
— including even uneventful encounters with officers — but medical records are supposed to be held in the strictest confidence.
The agent said she could 'pose a threat to herself or others' based on the 2012 hospitalization Read more:
us: @MailOnline on Twitter | DailyMail on Facebook
What sounds more likely?
1. Someone from DHS, NSA. BP or whatever stumbled upon her book and added her to a database?
2. NSA grabbed her medical records along with the access to ALL Canadian medical records?
3. ??? (insert theory here)
I have my suspicions and due to the NSA history over the last year or so I'm betting I'm right.
edit on 29-11-2013 by jude11 because: (no reason given)