Reese & Finch Protection Services offers protection for people identified by "The Machine" as people of interest. Their experience in surveillance, hand-to-hand combat and weapons make Mr. Reese and Mr. Finch your closest allies if your life is being threatened. For fans of Person of Interest.
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Regardless of whether you are the victim or the perpetrator, Mr. Reese and Mr. Finch will find you. After all, you are being watched and the Machine never lies. This Person of Interest shirt is for those who enjoy the TV show or who live in fear that they are being watched.
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A minimalist portrait of Edward Snowden from Hirsute History: a celebration of hair and influence for the scientist, philosopher, or thinker in us all. Check out the full Hirsute History collection: http://hirsute.amorphia-apparel.com
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The United States Army Security Agency (ASA) was the United States Army's signal intelligence branch. The Latin motto of the Army Security Agency was Semper Vigilis (Vigilant Always), which echoes Thomas Jefferson's declaration that "The price of freedom is eternal vigilance." The Agency existed between 1945 and 1976 and was the successor to Army signal intelligence operations dating back to World War I. ASA was under the operational control of the Director of the National Security Agency (DIRNSA), located at Fort Meade, Maryland; but had its own tactical commander at Headquarters, ASA, Arlington Hall Station, VA. Besides intelligence gathering, it had responsibility for the security of Army communications and for electronic countermeasures operations. In 1977, the ASA was merged with the US Army's Military Intelligence component to create the United States Army Intelligence and Security Command (INSCOM).
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We are all living in the world in which you have to cover your telescreen camera with a piece of duck tape. In modern culture, the term "Big Brother" has entered the lexicon as a synonym for abuse of government power, particularly in respect to civil liberties, often specifically related to mass surveillance. Under his eye, there is no place to hide. propaganda-dept.com
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