WASHINGTON, Aug. 23 ó The secretive federal court that approves spying on terror suspects in the United States has refused to give the Justice
Department broad new powers, saying the government had misused the law and misled the court dozens of times, according to an extraordinary legal
ruling released yesterday.
Would everyone kindly take note of the fact that all the criminal activity and wrong doing was not done while Ashcroft was at the helm,
but Mr. Janet Reno. Absolutely none of it was Ashcroft's fiasco; as a matter of fact, he made it his job to clean up the situation.
Once again, the administration that did more to harm the citizen has had its media lapdog throw the blame on the present administration.
Funny thing is, most Americans won't take the time to count back the months and figure out who was in charge September of 2000!
By the way, do you see the futility of a petition, or anything else? William may disagree, but the media is owned, lock stock and barrel, and no news
will get out unless its official and sanitized. At least not the news watched by most of the zombified citizenry!
Right from the beginning, I knew that disemination of the petition would have to start at "grass-roots" level & perhaps first seen at personal
websites, personal distribution by individuals & alternative media. After spending *some* time in that arena, gradually building up a list of
signatures along the way, that it shouldn't take long before the "mainstream" society & media could no longer ignore it...Then all hell would break
loose from there.
WASHINGTON ó A special court with power over sensitive law enforcement surveillance misinterpreted a broad anti-terrorism law when it ordered the
Justice Department to alter new guidelines for FBI terrorism searches, the agency said in an appeal made public Friday.
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