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Public Integrity Champion, Jill Simpson, has called for President Obama to appoint a Special Prosecutor, and for the U.S. Senate to convene an investigation of "Endgame," the top secret purveyor of access to computers and cellphones and guidance on how to exploit their vulnerabilities.  

Published Last Thursday by FreePress.org as its top featured article, Simpson writes:

It is time for President Obama to appoint a special prosecutor to determine if the NSA and CIA have outsourced criminal activities to private “hacker groups” such as Endgame since the DOJ has a clear conflict of interest as an employer of Endgame.  It is also time for Congress to investigate whether government contractors such as Endgame who are tied to the intelligence community are selling computer exploits against foreign and domestic targets to the highest bidder.

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Jill Simpson achieved fame in 2007 by exposing in the New York Times and Time Magazine, on 60 Minutes, and in sworn testimony before the House Judiciary Committee, Karl Rove's instigation of the federal prosecution of former Alabama Governor Don Siegelman.  The exposure cost Rove his White House job and Simpson Rove's animosity ever since.  On June 20, 2012 Rove launched into an attack upon Simpson on the Greta van Susteren Fox News Show in response to question about Obama Campaign Counsel's letter that day asserting that Rove's Crossroads Grassroots Political Strategies was not a legitimate charitable organization.

That and another gratuitous attack by Rove at a news gathering at the Republican National Convention prompted Simpson to conduct a tour of the entire Rove "Electronic Empire of Fraud" with lethal effect upon Rove's grand strategy to elect Mitt Romney to the White House in 2012.  See Simpson's press conference appearances in NYC of October 22, 2012 and at the National Press Club on October 24, 2012 at:

Simpson's entire article, "Black hat versus white hat: the other side of the Snowden/Hastings/Barrett Brown cases," coauthored and photographed by her colleague Jim March can be seen at: http://freepress.org/...

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