Did anyone else read the editorial in today's Examiner: "Obama gives Interpol power beyond US law."
If I'm reading the editorial correctly, Obama passed an executive order (#12425) that gives Interpol the ability to operate inside the U.S. and not be subject to U.S. constitutional restraints that apply to all other U.S. law enforcement agencies. Also, Interpol's U.S. facilities are exempt from compliance with the U.S. Freedom of Information Act.
Both of the above provisions in Obama's executive order sound bad to me. I'm interested in your input and ideas.