Judge Eagan also ignores the lies and perjuries that have surrounded discussion of this program by the NSA with Congress.
“We think that overall, the company will become more shareholder friendly,” Eagan says.
Judge Eagan noted there had been problems with the metadata programs, but they had been “resolve[d].”
“Ever since this scandal broke, the company has lost $7 billion in market cap,” Eagan says.
The witnesses against the alleged vagrants were Looney, Eagan and Allen.
Lieut. Eagan is ordered to the execution of this enterprise.
Eagan lays his hand on Meachams arm and says, How do you make it, old man?
Mr. Eagan: "We didn't need a settlement—we had 'em already."
It may be added that, when Eagan got back to St. Louis, he stoutly denied ever having made any such assertion as this.
Mr. Eagan: "Yes, we needed the soldiers to protect our property."