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Published on Sep 18, 2007
The Judiciary Committee holds a hearing, "Warrantless Surveillance and the Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Act: The Role of Checks and Balances in Protecting Americans' Privacy Rights (Part II)." Director of National Intelligence Mike McConnell and Assistant Attorney General for National Security Kenneth Wainstein are witnesses. Here Chairman John Conyers questions McConnell on how many Americans have had their calls listened in on.