Monday, 16 December 2013


"Federal judge says NSA's phone surveillance program is likely unconstitutional

Published time: December 16, 2013 19:13

A federal court judge in Washington, DC ruled Monday that the United States National Security Agency’s controversial practice of routinely collecting the telephone records of millions of Americans may run afoul of the US Constitution.

Judge Richard Leon of the US District Court for the District of Columbia wrote in an opinion released on Monday that plaintiffs who filed suit against the NSA in June have standing to challenge the spy agency’s program that collects telephony metadata pertaining to millions of Verizon subscribers every day .

The plaintiffs, led by conservative legal activist Larry Klayman, challenged the NSA in court six months ago when they filed a lawsuit calling into question the “secret and illegal government scheme to intercept and analyze vast quantities of domestic telephone communications” that had been made public through a top-secret document leaked to the media by former intelligence contractor Edward Snowden. Britain’s Guardian newspaper and The Washington Post first reported on that leak, then others, beginning June 5, and the American Civil Liberties Union also challenged that bulk data collection program in a lawsuit of their own — as have others in the months and weeks since.

Only this week, however, has a district court judge issued a memorandum that might very well lead to a domino effect that ultimately ends with the NSA’s controversial practices being ruled unconstitutional." Continues.

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"There are Federal judges that will make correct rulings. The problem is, the highest court, SCOTUS, is bought off. Scalia, Alito, Roberts, Thomas & Kennedy are all aligned with the corporate organized crime represented in neo-conservative 'Federalist Society'"


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Monday, 16 December 2013


Can't think WHAT they'd want to HIDE today, not me!

"Inside the Saudi 9/11 coverup

By Paul Sperry

December 15, 2013 | 5:13am

After the 9/11 attacks, the public was told al Qaeda acted alone, with no state sponsors.
But the White House never let it see an entire section of Congress’ investigative report on 9/11 dealing with “specific sources of foreign support” for the 19 hijackers, 15 of whom were Saudi nationals.
It was kept secret and remains so today.
President Bush inexplicably censored 28 full pages of the 800-page report. Text isn’t just blacked-out here and there in this critical-yet-missing middle section. The pages are completely blank, except for dotted lines where an estimated 7,200 words once stood (this story by comparison is about 1,000 words).
A pair of lawmakers who recently read the redacted portion say they are “absolutely shocked” at the level of foreign state involvement in the attacks.
Reps. Walter Jones (R-NC) and Stephen Lynch (D-Mass.) can’t reveal the nation identified by it without violating federal law. So they’ve proposed Congress pass a resolution asking President Obama to declassify the entire 2002 report, “Joint Inquiry Into Intelligence Community Activities Before and After the Terrorist Attacks of September 11, 2001.”
Some information already has leaked from the classified section, which is based on both CIA and FBI documents, and it points back to Saudi Arabia, a presumed ally.
The Saudis deny any role in 9/11, but the CIA in one memo reportedly found “incontrovertible evidence” that Saudi government officials — not just wealthy Saudi hardliners, but high-level diplomats and intelligence officers employed by the kingdom — helped the hijackers both financially and logistically. The intelligence files cited in the report directly implicate the Saudi embassy in Washington and consulate in Los Angeles in the attacks, making 9/11 not just an act of terrorism, but an act of war."

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