Glenn Greenwald On Paris: Despite Intel Agencies Getting Billions to Prevent Attacks 'They Failed Miserably'Chris | InformationLiberation
Nov. 20, 2015
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Despite intelligence agencies claiming they need more powers to spy on everyone in the wake of the Paris attacks, Glenn Greenwald pointed out on France 24 that these intelligence agencies have received tens of billions of dollars and "only have one job": to prevent terrorist attacks, yet they failed miserably.