Eric Holder Writing His Own Laws

Discussion in 'Politics & Religion' started by pspr, Dec 15, 2012.

  1. pspr


    This is an illegal violation of the reasonable search and seizure protection in the Constitution. Holder should be tried and imprisoned for this illegal action.

    In a secret government agreement granted without approval or debate from lawmakers, the U.S. attorney general recently gave the National Counterterrorism Center sweeping new powers to store dossiers on U.S. citizens, even if they are not suspected of a crime, according to a news report.

    Earlier this year, Attorney General Eric Holder granted the center the ability to copy entire government databases holding information on flight records, casino-employee lists, the names of Americans hosting foreign-exchange students and other data, and to store it for up to five years, even without suspicion that someone in the database has committed a crime, according to the Wall Street Journal, which broke the story.

    Whereas previously the law prohibited the center from storing data compilations on U.S. citizens unless they were suspected of terrorist activity or were relevant to an ongoing terrorism investigation, the new powers give the center the ability to not only collect and store vast databases of information but also to trawl through and analyze it for suspicious patterns of behavior in order to uncover activity that could launch an investigation.

    The changes granted by Holder would also allow databases containing information about U.S. citizens to be shared with foreign governments for their own analysis.

    A former senior White House official told the Journal that the new changes were “breathtaking in scope.”
  2. 377OHMS


    He forgot posts on internet forums. They need to mine ET for data on all of us subversives. Start an investigation on who is giving out stars on conservative posts. Track 'em down and string 'em up.
  3. pspr


    Don't give them any more ideas.
  4. right and dumbasses post stupid stuff like this :
  5. The Fourth Amendment is dead. I am reminded of that every time I go through an airport, and recently I was reminded of that while legally crossing a street in Los Angeles. In the words of the police sergeant who dismissed my complaint, "it applies only in court."

    In other words, law enforcement do what they want to suit their own interests or the interests of people who fund and control them. If they illegally search, detain, or arrest you, then you can challenge their violation in court. If the judge agrees with you, then you are free and your crime removed from your lifetime file they are keeping on you.

    You see, the people who wrote the Bill of Rights intended the Fourth Amendment to be an affirmative defense to a crime in court. That is why outside the judicial system the Attorney General, the TSA and the police can search and detain you however they want. Satisfied? No? How about a "ride along"?
  6. pspr


    That's why you drag their sorry asses into court.
  7. Oh really? Have you ever tried suing a government or law enforcement official? Give that a try and let me know how it goes.
  8. pspr


  9. pspr


    You don't want to set that ignorant cop straight?
    See him cry in court?
    Drag his sorry ass through the local newspapers?
    Squeeze him and his department for every dime they have?
    Get the last laugh?
    Get national recognition?
    Appear before Congress to tell them your story?
    Gain fame, fortune and prestige?
    And be the hero of every girl you've ever wanted to date?
    #10     Dec 15, 2012