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Obama lawyers asked secret court to ignore public court’s decision on spying

In No Time For Slaves, Religion, Politics and War on June 11, 2015 at 7:41 pm

U.S. Dictator Ignores Constitutional Checks and Balances

The Obama administration has asked a secret surveillance court to ignore a federal court that found bulk surveillance illegal and to once again grant the National Security Agency the power to collect the phone records of millions of Americans for six months.

The legal request, filed nearly four hours after Barack Obama vowed to sign a new law banning precisely the bulk collection he asks the secret court to approve, also suggests that the administration may not necessarily comply with any potential court order demanding that the collection stop.

US officials confirmed last week that they would ask the Foreign Intelligence Surveillance court – better known as the Fisa court, a panel that meets in secret as a step in the surveillance process and thus far has only ever had the government argue before it – to turn the domestic bulk collection spigot back on.


Jesse Ventura Fights for Fourth Ammendment Rights

In Human Rights, No Time For Slaves on November 10, 2011 at 10:33 pm

On November 3, 2011 a U.S. District Judge dismissed former Minnesota Governor Jesse Ventura’s lawsuit against the Department of Homeland Security and the Transportation Security Administration. Ventura argued the scans and pat downs violated his Fourth Amendment right to be free from unreasonable search and seizure. The former Governor wanted the case to be heard by a jury of his peers, another right enumerated in the U.S. Bill of Rights.

Former Minnesota Governor Jesse Ventura

Former Minnesota Governor Jesse Ventura

The actual fact is that no individual, group or government lesser than the Supreme Being who has ever existed on this planet can grant you your rights (see the Declaration of Independence, Bill of Rights and the Universal Declaration of Human Rights).  To expect anyone to do so would be as absurd as asking to be granted a license to survive.

Each of us individually and in a new unit of time must stand for our own Human Rights.  In doing so, we stand as One for and defend the same rights for others and for future generations.

Thank you Governor Ventura for setting the example.

Jesse Ventura: ‘I will never stand for the national anthem again.’

Ventura vows he’ll ‘never fly commercial’ after ruling

Ventura Decries “Fascist” America After Judge Tosses TSA Case

Ventura: Media Lied Over Citizenship Controversy

Jesse Ventura’s Official Website


63 Document the Government Doesn't Want You to Read

63 Document the Government Doesn't Want You to Read

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