Widow of Civilian Contractor Reports Having Been Monitored

Widow of Civilian Contractor Reports Having Been Monitored

“YOU ARE NOT ALONE” by Pauline Boyle, ©2017 (Mar. 12, 2017) —[Editor’s Note:  The following account was written by Pauline Boyle, widow of a civilian contractor killed in 2012 in Afghanistan in circumstances that have remained unexplained by the Army and his employer, L-3 Communications/Engility Corp. Retired Chicago Police Department officer and U.S. Marine veteran Thomas […]

Is the U.S. Government Spying on Late Civilian Contractor’s Widow?

Is the U.S. Government Spying on Late Civilian Contractor’s Widow?

COMPUTER ACTIVATED REMOTELY, FILES DELETED BEFORE HER EYES by Sharon Rondeau (Feb. 2, 2017) — On Monday, Pauline Boyle, whose husband, Thomas J. Boyle, Jr. was killed in Afghanistan in 2012 by what she believes was friendly fire, told The Post & Email that she recently witnessed one of her computers, which had been shut […]

The Art of Plausible Deniability

The Art of Plausible Deniability

HOW DOES A “NO RECORDS” RESPONSE BECOME “CLASSIFIED IN THE INTEREST OF NATIONAL DEFENSE?” by Sharon Rondeau (Jan. 6, 2016) — On September 28, the widow of a civilian contractor stationed in Afghanistan at the time of his death on June 19, 2012 filed an appeal to a September 6 Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) […]