Friday, November 15, 2013

TSA Officer MURDERED in the line of Duty

Serving to filter out those attempting to rush on into the U.S.A. to cause harm to any of our citizenry .

Memorial service honors slain TSA officer

November 12, 2013 5:33 PM ESTFriends, family, colleagues and dignitaries gathered in Los Angeles for a memorial service honoring Gerardo Hernandez, the first TSA officer to die in the line of duty. He was killed November first when a man opened fire at LAX. (AP)

Saturday, August 31, 2013


Suggested letter to officials about the U.S. Drug Enforcement Agency's misuse of National Security Agency information- such was what was apparently used against me to subvert the 1st Amendment guarantee of freedom of speech in 2006 with the Commonwealth of Virginia's ilegal search, seizure and arrest of me in August 2006.

Hold Hearings on the DEA

Dear [Decision Maker],

I urge you to call for hearings on the Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA) and U.S. drug policy. According to a recent Reuters investigation, the DEA is collaborating with the National Security Agency (NSA), Central Intelligence Agency (CIA), and other agencies to spy on American citizens in the name of the war on drugs. Moreover, the DEA is actively urging local, state and federal law enforcement officers to create fake investigative trails to disguise where the information originated, a scheme that prosecutors, defense attorneys, judges and others argue robs Americans of their right to a fair trial. Hundreds or thousands of cases could be affected.

Tuesday, June 25, 2013

Michael Hastings Free Speech Beneath US Homeland Security

A Hack job- aka remote takeover of automobile controls to effect a political assassination?

Wednesday, May 29, 2013

FIRE Eric Holder- USA Today

also see

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Top lawyer doesn't have credibility to investigate anyone, let alone himself.

Recently, Attorney General Eric Holder appeared before the House Judiciary Committee to answer questions about the administration's sweeping surveillance of journalists with the Associated Press. In the greatest attack on the free press in decades, the Justice Department seized phone records for reporters and editors in at least three AP offices as well as its office in the House of Representatives. Holder, however, proceeded to claim absolute and blissful ignorance of the investigation, even failing to recall when or how he recused himself.

Yet, this was only the latest attack on the news media under Holder's leadership. Despite his record, he expressed surprise at the hearing that the head of the Republican National Committee had called for his resignation. After all, Holder pointed out, he did nothing. That is, of course, precisely the point. Unlike the head of the RNC, I am neither a Republican nor conservative, and I believe Holder should be fired.

The 'sin eater'

Holder's refusal to accept responsibility for the AP investigation was something of a change for the political insider. His value to President Obama has been his absolute loyalty. Holder is what we call a "sin eater" inside the Beltway — high-ranking associates who shield presidents from responsibility for their actions. Richard Nixon had H.R. Haldeman and John Ehrlichman. Ronald Reagan had Oliver North and Robert "Bud" McFarlane. George W. Bush had the ultimate sin eater: Dick Cheney, who seemed to have an insatiable appetite for sins to eat.

This role can be traced to 18th century Europe, when families would use a sin eater to clean the moral record of a dying person by eating bread from the person's chest and drinking ale passed over his body. Back then, the ritual's power was confined to removing minor sins.

For Obama, there has been no better sin eater than Holder. When the president promised CIA employees early in his first term that they would not be investigated for torture, it was the attorney general who shielded officials from prosecution. When the Obama administration decided it would expand secret and warrantless surveillance, it was Holder who justified it. When the president wanted the authority to kill any American he deemed a threat without charge or trial, it was Holder who went public to announce the "kill list" policy.

Last week, the Justice Department confirmed that it was Holder who personally approved the equally abusive search of Fox News correspondent James Rosen's e-mail and phone records in another story involving leaked classified information. In the 2010 application for a secret warrant, the Obama administration named Rosen as "an aider and abettor and/or co-conspirator" to the leaking of classified materials. The Justice Department even investigated Rosen's parents' telephone number, and Holder was there to justify every attack on the news media.

Ignoble legacy

Yet, at this month's hearing, the attorney general had had his fill. Accordingly, Holder adopted an embarrassing mantra of "I have no knowledge" and "I had no involvement" throughout the questioning. When he was not reciting the equivalent to his name, rank and serial number, he was implicating his aide, Deputy Attorney General James Cole. Cole, it appears, is Holder's sin eater. Holder was so busy denying responsibility for today's scandals, he began denying known facts about older scandals, such as the "Fast and Furious" gun operation.

In the end, Holder was the best witness against his continuing in office. His insistence that he did nothing was a telling moment. The attorney general has done little in his tenure to protect civil liberties or the free press. Rather, Holder has supervised a comprehensive erosion of privacy rights, press freedom and due process. This ignoble legacy was made possible by Democrats who would look at their shoes whenever the Obama administration was accused of constitutional abuses.

On Thursday, Obama responded to the outcry over the AP and Fox scandals by calling for an investigation by ... you guessed it ... Eric Holder. He ordered Holder to meet with news media representatives to hear their "concerns" and report back to him. He sent his old sin eater for a confab with the very targets of the abusive surveillance. Such an inquiry offers no reason to trust its conclusions.

The feeble response was the ultimate proof that these are Obama's sins despite his effort to feign ignorance. It did not matter that Holder is the sin eater who has lost his stomach or that such mortal sins are not so easily digested. Indeed, these sins should be fatal for any attorney general.

Jonathan Turley, the Shapiro Professor of Public Interest Law at George Washington University, is a member of USA TODAY's Board of Contributors.

In addition to its own editorials, USA TODAY publishes diverse opinions from outside writers, including our Board of Contributors.

Wednesday, March 20, 2013

Dear Mr. Bush & Mr. Cheney

 Tomas Young

An Iraq War veteran who joined the U.S. Army two days after 9/11 has written a powerful open letter to former President George W. Bush and ex-Vice President Dick Cheney accusing them of war crimes, "plunder" and "the murder of thousands of young Americans—my fellow veterans—whose future you stole."

Tomas Young, who was shot and paralyzed during an insurgent attack in Sadr City in 2004, five days into his first deployment, penned the letter from his Kansas City, Mo., home, where he's under hospice care.

"I write this letter, my last letter, to you, Mr. Bush and Mr. Cheney," Young wrote in the letter published on "I write not because I think you grasp the terrible human and moral consequences of your lies, manipulation and thirst for wealth and power. I write this letter because, before my own death, I want to make it clear that I, and hundreds of thousands of my fellow veterans, along with millions of my fellow citizens, along with hundreds of millions more in Iraq and the Middle East, know fully who you are and what you have done. You may evade justice but in our eyes you are each guilty of egregious war crimes, of plunder and, finally, of murder, including the murder of thousands of young Americans—my fellow veterans—whose future you stole."

The 33-year-old, who was the subject of Phil Donahue's 2007 documentary "Body of War," continued:
I joined the Army two days after the 9/11 attacks. I joined the Army because our country had been attacked. I wanted to strike back at those who had killed some 3,000 of my fellow citizens. I did not join the Army to go to Iraq, a country that had no part in the September 2001 attacks and did not pose a threat to its neighbors, much less to the United States. I did not join the Army to “liberate” Iraqis or to shut down mythical weapons-of-mass-destruction facilities or to implant what you cynically called “democracy” in Baghdad and the Middle East. I did not join the Army to rebuild Iraq, which at the time you told us could be paid for by Iraq’s oil revenues.
Young believes he was injured fighting the wrong war:
I would not be writing this letter if I had been wounded fighting in Afghanistan against those forces that carried out the attacks of 9/11. Had I been wounded there I would still be miserable because of my physical deterioration and imminent death, but I would at least have the comfort of knowing that my injuries were a consequence of my own decision to defend the country I love. I would not have to lie in my bed, my body filled with painkillers, my life ebbing away, and deal with the fact that hundreds of thousands of human beings, including children, including myself, were sacrificed by you for little more than the greed of oil companies, for your alliance with the oil sheiks in Saudi Arabia, and your insane visions of empire.

"When Tomas Young saw President Bush on television speaking from the ruins of the Twin Towers, his life changed," his bio on the "Body of War" website reads. "As his basic training began at Ft. Hood, he assumed that he would be shipped off to Afghanistan where the terrorist camps were based, routing out Al Qaeda and Taliban warriors. But soon, Bush ordered the invasion of Iraq."

In an interview with, Young—who suffered an anoxic brain injury in 2008—said he had been contemplating "conventional" suicide, but decided to go on hospice care, "stop feeding and fade away."

He said, "This way, instead of committing the conventional suicide and I am out of the picture, people have a way to stop by or call and say their goodbyes," Young said. "I felt this was a fairer way to treat people than to just go out with a note."

Thursday, May 24, 2012

Domestic Police in U.S. Now Use Drones



Public safety agencies can now get expedited permission to fly drones weighing up to 25 pounds in U.S. airspace, according to new rules approved Monday by the Federal Aviation Administration.

The size of the craft was the most significant change made by the FAA in responding to a congressional mandate to integrate unmanned aviation vehicles into domestic airspace. In February, Congress passed legislation calling on the FAA to expedite approval for law enforcement and first responder agencies that want to use drones smaller than 4.4 pounds.

FAA officials decided to boost the size of the largest permissible public safety drone after meeting with federal, state and local law enforcement representatives, a spokesman said. The officials “determined that small unmanned aircraft systems under 25 pounds would be the most cost-effective, easiest to manage and overall most appropriate to carry out the various first responder missions.”

The decision opens up the market to American drone manufacturers seeking customers in the public safety sector, according to Ben Gielow, general counsel for Association for Unmanned Vehicle Systems International, a trade group. An industry survey of drones under 4.4 pounds found 79 different models for sale by 54 companies, Gielow said. Now public safety agencies shopping for North American-made drones to fit the FAA regulations will be able to choose from 146 models manufactured by 69 different companies. The larger drones will be able to carry more sensors to improve “situational awareness,” he said.


Smaller = more difficult to see, more prone to abuse: aka subverting the 1st Amendment guarantee of freedom of speech-writing via subverting the 4th Amendment guarantee against un-legitimately reasonable searches.

Regarding Historic Perspectives

Several of the lawyers amplified their complaints about restrictions on what they could discuss — including a Dec. 27, 2011, prison order about “contraband” information that includes details about the historic perspectives of jihadi activities and certain information about detention operations.

The New York Times article addresses somewhat the matter of detention operations, but not that of the "historic perspectives".

How surprising should that be really from such a publication that presents such ideas as Europe not having any religious wars since about 1648?

Thursday, April 19, 2012

Into The ExtraNet

"It's all in open."
Avles Beluskes Interesting, I have been notified this: <<.... Wake up call also commented on their photo. Wake up call wrote: "It's all in open.".........>>. But till now, 17 Apr local time 12:37, I found not the comment in her page (or "find" option to find words doesn't work...):

Douglas Willinger Consider my April 1 2012 articles firing shots across the bow of the Romish Masonic shadow govt- that when you consider electronic communications broadly (aka illegal govt wiretaps pf phone conversations), shock loose some info they did not have before.........................)Tuesday at 1:18pm ·
"Out in the open" sometime shortly after April 1, 2012, somewhat.

"not accessible to the general public."
I say this includes any electronic communication, transmitted through any sort of "net", including telephone calls, which are now all recorded, thanks to the tremendous price drop in computer storage, rather than simply a pen register of number to number and the length of the call.

Take note of some of the facilities our tax-funds are being spent upon- to record every text message and telephone conversation.

So as one may well figure it out, someone as myself -- Douglas A. Willinger, born November 30, 1962, the 'South Mall Blogger' -- with all of these blogs, particularly "Continuing Counter Reformation", is going to have his electronic communications targeted.

As undoubtedly anyone connected to me in any way. That includes say, anyone finding anything in anything I write via a search of their name. And anyone that such persons may text or particularly telephone, with anything conveyed, from text to vocal inflections and deep sighs.

So naturally, anything said via phone is now into the net.

Sunday, April 15, 2012

Breitbart- Death of an AGENT Provocateur

Who stepped over a line regarding the idea of video's of Obama in College- the time when people sell out to join the elites; IMHO the attention upon where he was born is a distraction from the far more important matter of his time during COLLEGE;
and who was wiredly puffed, even after discrediting himself with his unjust depiction of Shirley Sherrod
A good article from the New York Times though lacking the points I make above.
Andrew Breitbart, Death of a Provocateur
By David Carr, The New York Times

15 April 12

IN the last night of February, Arthur Sando was having a drink at the Brentwood Restaurant and Lounge in Los Angeles when a bearded silver-haired man took a seat next to him, ordered a glass of pinot noir and began typing into his BlackBerry.

Mr. Sando quickly realized he was sitting next to Andrew Breitbart, the conservative blogger and author, and the two began to chat. As with almost any encounter with Mr. Breitbart, the next 90 minutes between the former strangers was punctuated by laughs, some outrageous political assertions and repeated interruptions as Mr. Breitbart checked his smartphone.

"We talked politics, television, college and living in Los Angeles," Mr. Sando said, adding that Mr. Breitbart had a single glass of wine during the conversation and seemed to be in both good spirits and good health. "He said that conversations like ours were why he liked to go to bars and talk with people who had different political beliefs."

Mr. Sando paid his tab and left. Not long after, Mr. Breitbart, 43, settled his own bill and apparently headed to the nearby home he shared with his wife, Susie Bean Breitbart, and their four young children. Minutes after exiting the bar, he collapsed in front of a Starbucks like a "sack of potatoes," one witness said. Paramedics were unable to revive him. Later, his father-in-law, the actor Orson Bean, said that Mr. Breitbart had a history of heart ailments. (A final coroner's report, with the official cause of death, is expected this month.)

The following morning, Mr. Sando, a marketing executive from Los Angeles whose encounter with Mr. Breitbart was first reported in The Hollywood Reporter, grabbed his iPhone. The first thing he saw was a headline saying Mr. Breitbart had died.

"I thought it was a prank," he said in a recent telephone interview. "I thought he might have been in the habit of sending fake headlines to people he had encountered with different political opinions."

It was a common response, particularly among people who knew him well. After a lifetime of pranks, capers and so many people wishing him dead, it would have been just like Mr. Breitbart to stage his own demise.

"I kept thinking, he is going to pull something off here," said Representative Louie Gohmert, Republican of Texas, at a memorial held at the Newseum in Washington three weeks later. "He's going to find out who hates his guts and who loved him, and I kept wanting to hear back, 'O.K., the gag's up.' "

On the Web, there was a huge outpouring of both invective and grief. Dark, unsubstantiated theories that he was murdered mushroomed immediately, while 24 of his friends used the hashtag #DJBreitbart on Twitter to offer a playlist of his beloved '80s music. His own Twitter account (which included more than 80 tweets sent on the day before his death) now sits as a frozen memorial.

In the days following the death of Mr. Breitbart, many of his admirers adopted a meme of "I am Breitbart," and vowed to continue his work. But even though his Web site, run by his business partner and lifelong friend Larry Solov, is fully staffed and unveiled a redesign after his death, there could be no real replacement.

For good or ill (and most would say ill), no one did it like Mr. Breitbart.

ANDREW BREITBART jacked into the Web early and never unplugged. As someone who worked on the Drudge Report and The Huffington Post in the early days and was busy building his own mini-empire of conservative opinion and infotainment at, he understood in a fundamental way how discourse could be profoundly shaped by the pixels generated far outside the mainstream media he held in such low regard.

Mr. Breitbart, as much as anyone, turned the Web into an assault rifle, helping to bring down Acorn, a community organizing group, with the strategic release of undercover videos made by James O'Keefe, a conservative activist; forcing Shirley Sherrod, an Agriculture Department official, out of her job with a misleadingly edited clip of a speech; and flushing out Representive Anthony D. Weiner, Democrat of New York, when he tried to lie about lewd pictures he had sent via Twitter.

Less watchdog than pit bull (and one who, without the technology of the 21st century, might have been just one more angry man shouting from a street corner), Mr. Breitbart altered the rules of civil discourse.

Mark Feldstein, a journalism professor at the University of Maryland, said that Mr. Breitbart "used the tools of invective and polemic to change the conversation, to try to turn it to his advantage."

Mr. Breitbart was a ubiquitous presence on and off the Web, though not one who ever managed to have significant business success there. His star rose along with the Tea Party, of which he was an early and frequent defender.

But he cut an odd figure for a conservative, holding forth with lectures on political theory that name-dropped Michel Foucault and other leftist thinkers. He could also be mordantly funny. (His Twitter avatar was an echo of the apocryphal Jesus imprint on a piece of toast.) Matt Labash, senior editor at The Weekly Standard, described him as "half right wing Yippie, half Andy Kaufman," in his column after Mr. Breitbart died.

In 2011, while various religious groups boycotted the Conservative Political Action Conference because of the inclusion of gay Republican groups, he helped hold a party for the gay groups.

He was conversant in pop culture - the Cure and New Order were particular musical favorites - and thought nothing of wearing in-line skates, his longish hair trailing behind him, as he confronted protesters at a rally outside a conservative event hosted by David and Charles Koch in Palm Springs, Calif., in 2011. Once he was done berating the protesters, he took some of them to dinner at Applebee's.

Mr. Breitbart took in life in big gulps, but he spat out even bigger portions of bile. The day that Senator Edward M. Kennedy died, he called him "a special pile of human excrement" and tweeted, "Rest in Chappaquiddick." Matt Yglesias of Slate returned the favor after Mr. Breitbart died, tweeting: "Conventions around dead people are ridiculous. The world outlook is slightly improved with @AndrewBreitbart dead."

Many of his familiars called him a "happy warrior," but worried about his health because he never seemed to unplug.

"If Twitter ever killed anyone, it was Andrew," said Mr. Labash of The Weekly Standard. "Andrew was a magnet for hatred, and he used Twitter for a full frontal assault, a tool of combat,"

Friends and colleagues described Mr. Breitbart as both jester and provocateur, one who enjoyed soy lattes (a family friend sprinkled coffee grounds from Starbucks onto his grave) almost as much as waging war on what he saw as Democratic hypocrisy.

"Andrew was a kind of human pinball, always doing something while doing something else, but he never took himself all that seriously," said Greg Gutfeld, the host of "Red Eye" on Fox News, who frequently booked Mr. Breitbart as a guest. "He was the least serious, serious person I ever met."

A student of the tactics of the leftist organizer Saul Alinsky (if not his politics), Mr. Breitbart played defense by giving offense, subscribing to Alinsky's theorem that "the real action is in the enemy's reaction." He wielded a network of conservative sources, including a number of members of Congress, four of whom spoke at his Washington memorial, to sow mayhem opportunistically.

As is often the case, there is no more ferocious advocate than a convert.

"He rejected the culture that produced him, and once that process began, it could not be reversed," said Tucker Carlson, the founder of the Daily Caller, a conservative Web site. "My strong sense was that he loved the performance aspect, the drama of it all, and lived for those moments of provocation."

WITH piercing blue eyes and ruddily handsome Celtic features, Mr. Breitbart looked more like a fresh-off-the-boat Irish storyteller than the son of a banker mother and restaurateur father in Brentwood. Adopted (along with a sister of Mexican descent), he was raised Jewish, and went to college at Tulane in New Orleans. He majored in American studies, and began a period of heavy drinking and drug use that he described as "debauched" in his 2011 book, "Righteous Indignation."

After college, he bounced between Los Angeles and Austin, Tex., without much direction, but discovered a kind of religion and purpose after idly tuning in to talk radio and finding himself nodding in agreement to Rush Limbaugh and others.

Mr. Breitbart was activated as a conservative for good by the 1991 Supreme Court confirmation hearings of Clarence Thomas, a process he believed was filled with politically motivated innuendo.

But his ferocious adoption of conservative values found real traction in his first true love, the early Internet. In a letter from his wife, Susie, that was read at his memorial by Mr. Solov, she suggested that her husband took one look at the Web and moved right in.

It read: "To Andrew, the Internet was a portal into the future. It works the way his mind worked - go here, turn left, click on this, go right, over here, back here, back where you started. Like one of those 'choose your own adventure' books from childhood. It all just made sense to him."

After the Drudge Report all but tipped over President Clinton by pushing the Monica Lewinsky scandal into plain view, Mr. Breitbart realized that the Web had moved beyond a curio for techies.

"Andrew recognized very early on, before many people did, that the conversation was moving onto the Web," said Arianna Huffington, who saw him in the weeks before his death. In the late '90s, when he was her research assistant in her home, he happily pretended to dine on the mud pies that Ms. Huffington's daughters made for him, and after he began having children, the two families, who lived near each other, remained close.

"He brought two things to the blog," Ms. Huffington said of their early working relationship. "He knew when a big story was about to happen. But more important, he could find stories buried in the 13th paragraph, link them with other things and put a spotlight on them."

His expertise was less technical than intuitive, with a mad scientist's touch for curating and packaging news that made it especially clickable.

"He didn't have a deep understanding of technology," said Jonah Peretti, who also worked on the start-up and now runs BuzzFeed. "He was a Web news junkie from the very beginning, with a quickness and obsessiveness that kept him up all hours."

Although Mr. Breitbart helped start The Huffington Post, it became apparent within a month that the political chasm between him and Ms. Huffington was too great, and his attention span for office matters far too short.

Mr. Breitbart saw infinite possibilities on the Web, starting a series of Web sites - Big Government, Big Hollywood, Big Journalism - under the banner of

"I think that he took the guidelines and principles of talk radio, where you could say almost anything and get away with it, and applied it to the Internet," said Eric Boehlert, a senior fellow at Media Matters for America, a liberal research center on the media, who battled constantly with Mr. Breitbart.

Mr. Breitbart specialized in teasing a small ember of a story, whether it was an inconsistency or a gaffe, and dumping gasoline on it until it blew up - sometimes on him, sometimes on others. "If you do a good enough job, you can force them to make a mistake," he wrote in his book. "When they do, you must be ready to exploit it."

Through a carefully managed release of clips from Mr. O'Keefe, the undercover conservative operative, he brought down Acorn, a huge nonprofit that found itself summarily defunded by Congress after its representatives appeared to offer help to Mr. O'Keefe and a colleague when they showed up posing as a pimp and a prostitute.

When there were rumors that Representative Weiner had sent sexually suggestive photos over his Twitter account, Mr. Breitbart pushed the story along with new revelations and eventually hijacked the podium at Mr. Weiner's news conference to suggest that the congressman was lying. Mr. Weiner resigned soon after.

Working with Mr. O'Keefe, he also used heavily edited video clips to savage Ms. Sherrod, an obscure official at the Agriculture Department, by giving the appearance that she had made racially motivated financing decisions, when actually she had done the opposite.

At the Conservative Political Action Conference in Washington in 2011, Mr. Breitbart was served papers for a lawsuit alleging that he had recklessly destroyed her reputation. A representative for Ms. Sherrod said settlement negotiations were continuing despite Mr. Breitbart's death.

THREE weeks before he died, Mr. Breitbart took the stage at CPAC, the jagged tip of the spear on all things conservative. He entered to the refrains of "Guerrilla Radio" from the band Rage Against the Machine and implored the crowd, "You need to join me in my war against the institutional left!"

He went on to accuse the mainstream media of demonizing the Tea Party. At the end of his stem-winding summation of the recent history of the Democratic Party, he suggested that the election of President Obama was part of a putsch by the Democrats ("The rest of us slept while they plotted and they plotted and they plotted") to seize the presidency.

"This is not your mother's Democratic Party!" he thundered, and then later added, "Barack Obama is a radical, and we should not be afraid to say that."

But he was not done. Mr. Breitbart was never done.

The following day, angered by the Occupy Wall Street protesters who circled the event at the Marriott Wardman Park in Washington, he stepped out of the hotel armed with nothing more than a wineglass and began bellowing at them while the cameras rolled.

"Behave yourselves! Behave yourselves! Behave yourselves!," he shouted, 20 times in a row for over a minute. And then he got a little more specific, alluding to a report that women had been assaulted in various Occupy encampments. "Stop raping people! Stop raping people! Stop raping people! Stop raping the people! You freaks! You filthy, filthy, raping, murdering freaks!"

The protesters surrounded Mr. Breitbart and began chanting back at him, while he seemed to bask in their umbrage. His work done, he was led back inside by hotel security officers, having started yet another viral storm on the Web. It turned out to be his last.

Following his memorial, his colleagues and friends gathered in a house behind the Capitol - Mr. Breitbart had rented a huge, ornate house he called "the Embassy" that served as both salon and a Washington base for his media company - to tell stories and reminisce. A family friend remembered watching Andrew, at age 2, bang his head on a concrete floor when he did not get his way, foretelling a life of stubborn conflict.

At both the memorial and the after-party, stories about his relentlessness and love of argument were legion. In her note read at the memorial, his wife reminded the crowd that Mr. Breitbart was willing to engage and argue with anyone. "I came home one day to our first apartment to find a couple of Jehovah's Witnesses," she wrote, "trying to wrap up the conversation and get out."

The people in the audience, many of whom had spent countless hours locked in conversational combat with Mr. Breitbart, laughed long and hard at that one.

Wednesday, April 04, 2012

Subverting the 1st via the 4th: A Checklist

The Blog that Pissed 'em Off - started March 2006

The Blog Posts in Particular - July 2006

Illegal Wiretap of cell phone

Illegal GPS read of cell phone

Cell phone is Verizon Wireless - than CEO was Denny Strigel, Chairman Board of Directors of Jesuit Canisius College - reportedly charging taxpayers for facilitating government spying upon dissidents

FUSION Centers

Police Over-Time- some 23 police, 18 federal "DEA" and 5 local Fairfax, Virginia, sitting in about 5 or 6 vehicles idling for at least a couple of hours in the August night heat leaving visible puddles of auto oils on a suburban street to the west of Washington D.C. and within the Beltway near Route 50.

Boiler Plate Testilying - Judicial Subversion of the 4th Amendment facilitating Federal Conspiracy to Subvert the 1st Amendment "failed to come to a complete stop nor use turn signal" - rubber stamp suppression hearing where 'judge' refused to hear testimony of the arresting officer.

Police Claim that Dash-cam Video was "Just Grey Static"to cover up illegal stop, search and seizure.

Hypocritically Evil Tobacco Pushing Anti Marijuana Virginia - defendants admonished that any dividing renders possession as that with "intent to distribute" - a "felony" (a term supposedly reserved for serious and real crimes)

An Evil Disregard to Health Beyond Their Contempt via "Virginia Bright Leaf" fostered addiction, expensive health problems and premature death, I found that simply asking a 'judge' in this 'court' about the whereabouts of my prescription anti-biotics that I had in my automobile in their original labeled containers at the time of my arrest for staph infection, would have him simply say:
Do you understand that I can place you in jail? (to which I simply reply "yes sir") Take it outside of here.