OF PRINCIPALITIES AND POWERS - Feeling Insecure About the National Security Agency


By Tony Russell

Kevin burst in the door. "Dad! Mom!" he shouted. "Mrs. Eleutheria has been arrested! We had a substitute for Civics this morning, and they don't know when she'll be back."

"Arrested!?" said Patty. "Mrs. Eleutheria? What in the world is that about?"

"Her daughter Janis is in our class. She said four FBI agents came to their house at 6:30 this morning and made her mom go off with them. Mrs. Eleutheria hadn't even had her cup of coffee yet. They told her she had been under surveillance and was being 'detained on suspicion of terrorist activities'."

"We're all under surveillance," I said. "But terrorism? Mrs. Eleutheria? I never would have suspected her. She actually seemed like a nice lady."

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