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Thread: F.B.I. Employees With Ties Abroad See Security Bias

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    F.B.I. Employees With Ties Abroad See Security Bias

    http://www.nytimes.com/2015/01/04/us...=top-news&_r=0

    WASHINGTON — The F.B.I. is subjecting hundreds of its employees who were born overseas or have relatives or friends there to an aggressive internal surveillance program that started after Sept. 11, 2001, to prevent foreign spies from coercing newly hired linguists but that has been greatly expanded since then.

    The program has drawn criticism from F.B.I. linguists, agents and other personnel with foreign language and cultural skills, and with ties abroad. They complain they are being discriminated against by a secretive “risk-management” plan that the agency uses to guard against espionage. This limits their assignments and stalls their careers, according to several employees and their lawyers.

    Employees in the program — called the Post-Adjudication Risk Management plan, or PARM — face more frequent security interviews, polygraph tests, scrutiny of personal travel, and reviews of, in particular, electronic communications and files downloaded from databases.

    Some of these employees, including Middle Eastern and Asian personnel who have been hired to fill crucial intelligence and counterterrorism needs, say they are being penalized for possessing the very skills and background that got them hired. They are notified about their inclusion in the program and the extra security requirements, but are not told precisely why they have been placed in it and apparently have no appeal or way out short of severing all ties with family and friends abroad.
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    Re: F.B.I. Employees With Ties Abroad See Security Bias

    I find it odd this is something new. Pretty much protocol in the military for security clearance.

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    Re: F.B.I. Employees With Ties Abroad See Security Bias

    Quote Originally Posted by EnigmaO01 View Post
    I find it odd this is something new. Pretty much protocol in the military for security clearance.
    As it was in the Canadian Military but after the initial screening, I am not sure if continuous follow up was done for those that had family ties to other countries.
    Were continuations reviews in the US Military the protocol?
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    Re: F.B.I. Employees With Ties Abroad See Security Bias

    If you work for the CIA, would you consider FBI guys to be retards? And what would the CIA think of ASIO? Lower than FBI? Would an NSA guy be lower than an ASIO employee? And what do Mossad guys really think of all of you?

    I want to work for the CIA or CPC. You guys can trust me. I got no strings.

    Not many people working in intelligence would be bigtime nationalists would they?

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