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June 26th, 2012
05:34 PM ET

Plugging leaks with polygraphs

National Intelligence Director James Clapper is seeking to plug leaks by polygraph testing employees of  federal intelligence agencies about their contacts with reporters.

Filed under: Brooke Baldwin • CNN Newsroom
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  1. Amir

    Watching the surpreme court he say's that through a number of ststutes and then she replies i guesthe incurred answer thay are tryin to make is that the government has the right to send a subpena and bring you into a court and force someon to tell the truth. Not in a democracy they do not...

    Ever heard of the term legal throughprocess.. or due process as it's translates. If it were not a democracy them possibly...... especially in a monarchy like ours. But in the prrocess of the legislative body making the laws and the enforcement aspect and interpretat section the process in it' self gives the intent and boundaries as to the limits of the law. Case i point it gag orders from court & government angencies are under what labl... Priviledged information and theose agencies are subject the the people................................. As they are under jurisdiction and therfore self governning and seperate form the actual government which is congress. likewise for militery and people of other uniform.

    June 30, 2012 at 3:09 pm |
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