Monday, March 13, 2006
These days, even white collar crime might be considered terrorism. So it therefore seems appropriate to mention that the Seattle Post-Intelligencer has an AP story here telling that Kenneth Wainstein, a federal prosecutor in Washington, has been named the new head of the DOJ anti-terrorism division. This new position was created under the Patriot Act. The establishment of this position comes at an interesting time in that the administration has been subject to recent criticism for the NSA's warrentless eavesdropping.