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By Andrew P. Napolitano
Fourth Amendment says Obama is not at liberty to collect metadata
Independent voices from the The Washington Times Communities
Topic - Jehangir Karamat
USAID Administrator Raj Shah was forced to cut short a visit to a flood relief camp in Pakistan this week after his security detail detected “suspicious individuals” in the area.
Pakistan's worst floods in 80 years are increasing worries in Washington that the disaster will undermine the South Asian nation's political stability and jeopardize U.S. gains across the border in Afghanistan.
At an event at the Brookings Institution this week, Jehangir Karamat, a former chairman of Pakistan’s Joint Chiefs of Staff, said it was quite likely that groups linked to terrorist organizations are providing flood relief.
“But,” he added, “their capacity is limited to dishing out odd things here and there.