The summer gets hotter

Sometime ago I wrote about Russell Tice, self—denominated "whistleblower".  Macsmind reports that he has been served a subpoena to testify before a federal grand jury looking into illegal leaks of classified information:

On Wednesday, July 26, Russell Tice, former National Security Agency (NSA) intelligence analyst and a member of National Security Whistleblowers Coalition (NSWBC), was approached outside his home by two FBI agents who served him with a subpoena to testify in front of a federal grand jury. NSWBC has obtained a copy of the subpoena issued for Mr. Tice's testimony and is releasing it to the public for the first time. The subpoena directs Mr. Tice to appear before the jury on August 2, 2006 at 1:00 p.m. in the Eastern District of Virginia. Mr. Tice 'will be asked to testify and answer questions concerning possible violations of federal criminal law.'

According to Mac, it looks like the summer is going to get even hotter:

The fact is that the Federal Grand Jury is going to be hearing a lot of testimony as the DOJ has completed it's investigation into the NSA and CIA prison scandal leaks (and others are continuing). There are going to be more subpoanas to come.

Clarice Feldman   7 28 06

Sometime ago I wrote about Russell Tice, self—denominated "whistleblower".  Macsmind reports that he has been served a subpoena to testify before a federal grand jury looking into illegal leaks of classified information:

On Wednesday, July 26, Russell Tice, former National Security Agency (NSA) intelligence analyst and a member of National Security Whistleblowers Coalition (NSWBC), was approached outside his home by two FBI agents who served him with a subpoena to testify in front of a federal grand jury. NSWBC has obtained a copy of the subpoena issued for Mr. Tice's testimony and is releasing it to the public for the first time. The subpoena directs Mr. Tice to appear before the jury on August 2, 2006 at 1:00 p.m. in the Eastern District of Virginia. Mr. Tice 'will be asked to testify and answer questions concerning possible violations of federal criminal law.'

According to Mac, it looks like the summer is going to get even hotter:

The fact is that the Federal Grand Jury is going to be hearing a lot of testimony as the DOJ has completed it's investigation into the NSA and CIA prison scandal leaks (and others are continuing). There are going to be more subpoanas to come.

Clarice Feldman   7 28 06