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United Nations: Hillary Clinton Broke The Law

December 3. 2010

Barack Obama

The United Nations has slammed U.S. Secretary of State, Hillary Clinton. It is due to her conduct in initiating a terrible and invasive spy plan, aimed at gathering the DNA, credit card numbers and passwords of United Nation's members, which is expressly forbidden by law. 

Hillary Clinton (photo credit: PA)

Side Bar: If you ask me, Hillary is a perv that watches too much TV and thought everybody's personal business should be her own. You should stick to spying on your husband's mistresses, Nancy Drew. 

STORY SOURCE

WikiLeaks cables: CIA drew up UN spying wishlist for diplomats

Thursday 2 December 2010 19.44 GMT...Clinton continued to face awkward questions about an intelligence directive which went out under her name in 2009 aimed at the UN leadership, which was revealed in a separate "national human intelligence collection directive". It called for the collection of "biometric" data on permanent security council representatives, and passwords and personal encryption keys used by top UN officials in possible contravention on international law...

A leading expert on UN law today said the proposed activity in the directive breached two international treaties and could lead to the US being censured by the UN general assembly or even, in extreme circumstances, prosecution at the international criminal court.

The targeting of diplomats from North Korea and the permanent representatives of the security council from China, Russia, France and the UK leaves the US government exposed to action from any of those countries.

Dapo Akande, lecturer in international law at Oxford University, said: "Obtaining passwords and information on communications systems violates the 1947 headquarters agreement between the US and UN and the general convention on the privileges and immunities of the United Nations. "The only reason they can be asking for this information is to break into the communication systems or monitor them in some way."

http://www.guardian.co.uk

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