Sunday, March 11, 2007

Unconstitutional - The War on Our Civil Liberties

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Blogger KOSMIC said...

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§ 1361. Action to compel an officer of the United States to perform his duty
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The district courts shall have original jurisdiction of any action in the nature of mandamus to compel an officer or employee of the United States or any agency thereof to perform a duty owed to the plaintiff.

1:46 AM  
Blogger KOSMIC said...

9-2.000
AUTHORITY OF THE UNITED STATES ATTORNEY IN
CRIMINAL DIVISION MATTERS/PRIOR APPROVALS



9-2.159 Refusal of Government Departments and Agencies to Produce Evidence

It is the responsibility of the Department of Justice to enforce the law vigorously and it cannot abdicate this duty

because of possible embarrassment to other agencies of the government. Situations may arise where substantial reasons of

national security, foreign policy or the like may require the Department to abandon an investigation, forego litigation, or

seek dismissal of a case. However, such action should be taken only after the most careful consideration of all of the

relevant facts and then only with the personal approval of the Assistant Attorney General (AAG) in charge of the Division

having responsibility for the case.


1. In no event should the United States Attorney accept the opinion or representation of the agency that such records

or witnesses cannot be made available without determining all of the specific facts upon which the agency relies to support

its refusal.

2. If the United States Attorney is not satisfied that the facts justify the refusal, he/she should so advise the

agency and seek to procure the evidence requested of the agency.

3. If the United States Attorney concurs that there are sufficient and valid reasons to support the agency's refusal

to produce the necessary evidence, he/she should advise the AAG in charge of the division having jurisdiction over the

subject matter of the case of his/her conclusion. That AAG, after consultation with the Deputy Attorney General, will

authorize the United States Attorney, if necessary and appropriate, to terminate the investigation, forego the litigation, or

dismiss the case. A full statement of the facts supporting the conclusion of the United States Attorney should be set forth

in the correspondence to the appropriate AAG.

The United States Attorney should also apprise the appropriate AAG of any incidents coming to his/her attention where

he/she believes any agency of the federal government is not cooperating in his/her efforts to obtain the full disclosure of

the facts to enable him/her to make an intelligent judgment as to whether the agency's refusal to produce requested evidence

is justified.

2:47 AM  
Blogger KOSMIC said...

President Bush is out of control
President Bush is out of control
President Bush is out of control
President Bush is out of control
President Bush is out of control
President Bush is out of control
President Bush is out of control
President Bush is out of control
President Bush is out of control
President Bush is out of control

3:39 AM  
Blogger here2daygonetomorrow said...

So why is it you always have these people that come forward, like members of Congress, and tell how devastating things are and bitch about the injustices done by Bush and company. BUT do any of them do anything at all to change what's going on other than doing a cameo in a documentary? What in the hell is wrong with this country? It seems that every single person in this country no matter who it may be is terrified of Bush. Why isn't he impeached? People wanted to impeach Clinton just because he got a BJ. The weak sniffling people in this country make me ill. We deserve what we get. Sorry Ed and Elaine, but given the state of this country you haven't got a prayer. Way to many people in positions that could do something if they only had the balls, but won't. Talk, talk, talk.

7:25 AM  
Blogger here2daygonetomorrow said...

Ok, I've seen a lot of documentaries about the atrocities committed by this administration, including the fact that thousands of American citizens were killed in cold blood on 9/11. But this is the worst thing I've seen to date. This film should have everyone absolutely livid. Fuck the Constitution, fuck the Geneva Convention, fuck the American people, we'll do as we damn well please. And why should we support the troops in Iraq? At this point they all have the option to just throw down their guns and refuse to be used as puppets any longer. I'm not going to support anyone committing murder in the name of false pretenses. What if they came and shot your family? It may happen yet. "But we're just doing as were told." Fuck that shit. This country is shortly going to be another Nazi Germany. All of these facts coming to light and NO ONE is doing anything but documentaries. And the American people just go back to watching American Idol. I can understand why the rest of the world hates the United States because I'm beginning to hate it myself. The Iraqi people have more morals than we do. Impeachment is too good for Bush, he needs to be assassinated.

7:59 AM  
Blogger here2daygonetomorrow said...

Consider me an enemy combatant.

8:00 AM  
Blogger Anonymous said...

I agree, We will not stand for this crap. Ed is Justified. Those who don't understand or who support evil with a blind eye are the real enemy. We must educate the masses and take up arms against all injustice. Not just the tax, courts or military. We must became the peacekeepers named in the Bible.

10:42 AM  
Blogger TrueLogic said...

good video... thanks for the Post.

5:39 PM  

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