After putting out this blog for just over 4 months about the U.S. government’s betrayal of its 1990s-2001 promise for a Washington, D.C. South Capitol Street-Frederick Douglass Mall, about 20+ black suited criminal police, including Federal, ambush me upon false pretext (non-existent traffic violations: law enforcement via bearing false wittness) … one of these officers comments to me that he has been “researching” me … [and the police video was "just grey static"]
I have no previous criminal record.
There is a timeline that suggests this was triggered through the U.S. Department of Homeland Security by those displeased with my writings questioning the role of Roman Catholic Church hierarchy in the planning for the South Capitol Street corridor, particularly regarding an apparent opposition to any relocation of that corridor’s sole nice building in the right of way for the new park: St. Vincent DePaul Church.
This issue has not been reported in the media.
My August 5, 2006 ambush, un-reported in a local newspaper police blotter, occurred days before the famous Diggs decision regarding U.S. Department of Homeland Security warrant less searches of international communications. The Washington Post and MSNBC did a good start that following week on reporting on this $460 billion boondoggle of the U.S. government’s en mass spying upon the general public that following week.
Description: In the first federal challenge ever argued against the Bush administration's NSA spying program, U.S. District Court Judge Anna Diggs Taylor rules that the program to monitor the phone calls and e-mails of millions of Americans without warrants is unconstitutional. Calling for a halt to this abuse of presidential power, Judge Taylor states that "[t]here are no hereditary Kings in America and no powers not created by the Constitution," so all the president's "inherent powers" must derive from the Constitution.
However, such media coverage of this mass surveilance was quickly truncated by the “fluff” story of a contrived “confession” of the murder of Jon Benet Ramsey in 1996, best known for being dressed up by her 1977 West Virginia beauty pageant winner mother in numerous such events for children.
The mainstream media spent hundred of hours on this “story” of John M. Karr, with official prosecutors spending tens of thousands of dollars exploring his claim, before refuting it by testing his DNA.
Weeks later, the mainstream media continues to waste band-width on this story, all serving to waste the general public’s time as a distraction from more important matters.
In the time since, a higher court has granted a request by the Bush Administration to allow the NSA to violate Judge Digg's decision during their appeal to over turn it permanently.
And months later, the suit is quashed due to a "lack of standing."
More on the dirty deal to abort D.C.'s South Capitol Mall