Published on May 21, 2014
Bahamian officials are demanding answers from the US government over the recently revealed mass surveillance of the island nation. Documents released Monday by Edward Snowden through online news site The Intercept show the National Security Agency collecting the metadata and recording the contents of nearly every cellphone call in the Bahamas. The Ministry of Foreign Affairs said in a statement that if true, the NSA’s practice would “represent a great moral failing” on the part of the agency. RT’s Lindsay France has more details on the fallout from this latest NSA revelation.