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| 2/26/2009 12:00:00 AM

Spies in trouble

Feb 26 -- The domestic-intelligence agency is caught misbehaving again

IN COLOMBIA most politicians, senior officials, opposition figures, business leaders, journalists and of course suspected drug-traffickers and leftist rebels have long been careful about what they say over the telephone, assuming that someone is recording their conversations, legally or otherwise. Their suspicions, it turns out, were justified.

An investigation by a news magazine, Semana, found that domestic-intelligence officers had been intercepting the phone calls and e-mails of dozens of public figures, including Supreme Court judges and President Álvaro Uribe’s private secretary, without court orders.
 
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