Denmark has stolen children from their foreigner parents

Wednesday, November 17, 2010

Major spy scandal in Scandinavia

America has been accused of illegally spying on hundreds of people in Norway, Denmark, Finland, Sweden and Iceland.
Officials in the five countries expressed their unhappiness at surveillance tactics that were conducted without the knowledge of the individual nations' governments.
In other instances, it has stated it has 'nothing to hide'. But Danish security services have stated they will begin an investigation into the matter if evidence of illegal surveillance is uncovered.
When the Norwegian case became public knowledge, Denmark also raised its concerns about the surveillance of its citizens.
Danish newspaper Politiken claimed that all American embassies have surveillance teams to address threats to the U.S. security.
Former head of the Danish security service PET Jorgen Bonniksen said that he had never heard of such groups: 'If this is true, then we have to deal with illegal intelligence operations in Denmark.
'On Danish territory such operations can be conducted by PET, and PET only.'
The current head of PET, Jakob Scharf, said that if illegal activity is determined, 'of course, we will take action.'

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