In 2004, current Attorney General Eric Holder admitted that the Department of Justice is limited on the amount of intelligence the government may be able to extract from a terrorist, as opposed to the intelligence gained by military sources. He said the lost intelligence, and the security risk to the U.S. is an “acceptable risk.” Message to Holder: There is no acceptable risk that can avoided.
Bill Burck and Dana Perino have a comprehensive article about this at National Review Online. A question for Holder: would you put one of your family members in the acceptable risk pool? Of course you would not. Did you cross your fingers while swearing to protect and defend the U.S. Constitution?
h/t FOX Nation
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