September 9, 2016 by
U.S. citizens have given up their constitutional rights following the tragic 9/11 attacks in New York under the guise of security needs.
Mike Berger of the advocacy group 911truth.org who questions the official account of the September 11 attacks, says the government used the 2001 terrorist attacks as an excuse to increase surveillance on citizens.
After 9/11 tragic events, the US government significantly increased surveillance on its citizens covering it up by extra security measures, media director of an advocacy group 911truth.org, Mike Berger, told Sputnik.
“In the aftermath of 9/11 attacks, the US government used to scare Americans, so they would give up their privacy,” Berger said before the 15th anniversary of the tragic events. “Today no one in the country questions why do people have to open their laptops in airports and allow federal agents to look into their personal documents.”