(August 7, 2014) Hayden's and Alexander's corruption at NSA worthy of prison time, according to agency insiders
Over a decade, the tenure of National Security Agency director Michael Hayden, followed by Keith Alexander, was rife with contract fraud and corruption, according to a new group of NSA insiders who contacted WMR.
The allegations of insider deals involving NSA contractors and NSA officials enabled both the contractors and senior NSA leadership to enrich themselves while sub-standard signals intelligence systems fielded by the contractors resulted in the needless deaths of U.S. military personnel and civilians around the world.
One such massive loss of life was the 9/11 attacks on civilian airliners and ground targets, the NSA insiders reported.
Hayden, along with NSA director Bill Black, who was brought back into NSA as deputy director after having retired and gone to work for Science Applications International Corporation (SAIC), banked on an SAIC-developed system called TRAILBLAZER.