NSA builds $1.5 Billion snoop center in cyber attack cult town of Salt Lake City under HIPAA alert

www.ksl.com/index.php?nid=675&sid=8421318 www.dni.gov sitrep.globalsecurity.org aconstantineblacklist.blogspot.com Deputy Director of National Intelligence, Glenn A. Gaffney (Center), speaks at the Utah State Capitol on Friday, October 23, 2009. From left, Congressman Rob Bishop; Utah Governor Gary R. Herbert; Senator Bob Bennett; Senator Orrin Hatch; and Major General Brian Tarbet. Data Center Costs: “Congressional records show that initial construction – which may begin this year – will include tens of millions in electrical work and utility construction, a $9.3 million vehicle inspection facility, and $6.8 million in perimeter security fencing. The budget also allots $6.5 million for the relocation of an existing access road, communications building and training area. … “It will also require at least 65 megawatts of power — about the same amount used by every home in Salt Lake City combined. … ” But that’s not enough “data collection” (spying) for the NSA: “The agency is building a similar center in San Antonio at the site of a former Sony microchip plant.” The planned NSA facility is in newspapers coast to coast but supposedly it’s hush-hush: “Sen. Orrin Hatch, the longest-serving member of the Senate Select Committee on Intelligence, refused to answer questions about the project. Officials from Hatch’s office said they were not at liberty to discuss a classified matter, though it is referenced in several public documents and has been spoken about openly by state