GOP Legislators Claim Terrorists Have Already Started Changing Strategy in the Wake of NSA Leaks

Lacking on specifics


A top Republican lawmaker claimed Thursday terrorists have already started to change their behavior after a self-described NSA whistleblower leaked information about classified U.S. surveillance programs to various media outlets, saying the leaks may make it "harder to track bad guys." 

The chairman of the House Intelligence Committee, Rep. Mike Rogers, R-Mich., declined to provide specifics on what terrorists he was referring to, only saying there are "changes we can already see being made by the folks who wish to do us harm, and our allies harm."

He also said the revelations might "make it harder to track bad guys trying to harm U.S. citizens in the United States."