|Length:||1 hour, 15 minutes|
|Tell Your Friends:|
FBI Agent Rowley begins by stating that there should be a balance between civil liberties and the need for effective investigation, then spends the rest of her time downplaying the concerns of anyone who thinks, "I'm from the FBI: trust me" is insufficient. She has plenty "Civil Libertarians just need to get used to...", but not a single, "There are real dangers involved in giving government agents the power to..." She bemoans the existence of a wall between law enforcement and intelligence gathering, and says it is the result of "theoretical" dangers. She disingenuously fails to mention that the wall was created mainly because the Chuch Committee found widespread real -not theoretical- abuses. She says the USA PATRIOT Act would never be stretched beyond its scope and used against ordinary Americans, but fails to mention how the RICO Act was stretched far beyond its stated scope to harrass peaceful pro-lifers during the Clinton Adminstration. She is totally unconvincing.