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[Saudi Arabia's Interior Ministry’s vast surveillance apparatus gave it a treasure trove of the kingdom’s secrets.] Their files will be the catalog of every untoward incident, from the truly illegal to the maybe just embarrassing.
It is odd that a DCI who avoids public appearances of any kind would make a public appearance at the most fractious SOTU in our time. The job is being more politicized than it should be.
Anyone who has had communication with either MBS or his brother Khaled should assume their phone is hacked. Congress needs to get answers from NSA on what it knew about the hack of Bezos phone, when it knew it, and what it has done to stop Saudi criminal hacking behavior.
The Saudis are certain to have hacked many more phones to obtain compromising information on their critics, Americans as well as Saudis.