Friday, December 08, 2006

Mueller & The FBI Again Under Fire

The FBI and its director Robert Swan Mueller have once again found themselves under fire for improper procedure, in which information was "leaked" to the public in regard to persons who may or may not have been under investigation at the time.

"The committee chairman, Sen. Arlen Specter, R-Pa., said the disclosures were 'just disastrous' for suspects who have not been charged, much less proven guilty."

I quite agree with your comment Senator Specter. However it does raise the question of why people such as myself who've been illegally targeted by the FBI and other federal intelligence agencies, have been illegally spied on (in my case by the NSA and its remote neural monitoring system), slandered, subjected to non consensual human experimentation in which we have been both physically and psychologically tortured by the government's electronic warfare programs, demonized within our own communities, and in general denied our Civil Rights including that of due process of law.

It appears that the constitutional republic that was once the United States Of America, has now been replaced by a fascist cabal, with the US Intelligence community acting as mere muscle for those in power, to enforce their dictatorial views. George W. Bush's illegal use of the NSA to utilize warrantless spying on innocent Americans is a textbook example of such Civil Rights abuses.

In Bush's eyes, all Americans are guilty until proven innocent, and as such should be subjected to having their Civil Rights revoked whenever he feels the need to do so.

All Americans were shown a clue of Bush's character a few years back when he was quoted as saying "It would be a lot better if the United States was a dictatoriship so long as I am the dictator." I think at this point based on his fascist activities, Americans understand that Bush was not saying this jokingly, but dead serious at the time he made the statement.

However, for this so called President, who has also been quoted as saying that the "US Constitution is only a goddamned piece of paper," it is clear that he has completely ducked the issues and missed the point.

The Bill Of Rights guarentees each American citizen certain inalienable rights which can never be revoked or violated in anyway. To do so is a crime of high treason, punishable by death. And it is clear that George W. Bush is guilty of numerous treasonous crimes against the American people.

Perhaps you can address the aforementioned issue since it concerns myriad Americans who've reported the same types of abuse at the hands of the FEDS, local police and even their own neighbors, in which nationally networked groups have been organized to stalk innocent Americans, who have never been arrested, tried or convicted of any criminal activities. I am sure that given your obvious concerns for the Civil Rights and due process of law for those whom you refer to in your aforementioned comment, this is certainly of paramount importance to you and your fellow representatives. As an American citizen who has been subjected to precedent setting violations of my Constitutional rights, I would certainly hope that it is.

Afterall, when we have the FBI and NSA spying on us within the privacy of our own bathrooms and bedrooms, I think that you'd have to concede that they are not only operating well outside the laws of this land, but have completely slipped over the edge.

In regard to US Intelligence, never has the saying "power corrupts, but ultimate power corrupts ultimately" ever been more true.

James F. Marino
US Government Mind Control Target/Activist

FBI Probes Media Leaks in Corruption Cases

Dec 7, 3:59 AM (ET)


WASHINGTON (AP) - The FBI has begun several internal investigations, including at least one that could result in criminal charges, over leaks to the media about public corruption probes shortly before last month's elections.

Mueller described himself as "exceptionally disappointed, and that is being charitable, in terms of my response upon hearing about the leak."

On Oct. 13, McClatchy Newspapers reported that the FBI was looking into whether Weldon illegally steered $1 million in contracts to his daughter's lobbying firm. Agents followed up with the raid three days later, in part out of fear that evidence would be destroyed after the investigation was exposed.

Officials also confirmed federal investigations of several other House lawmakers that month, including former Rep. Mark Foley, R-Fla., and retiring Rep. Jim Kolbe, R-Ariz. All three men have maintained their innocence.

Senators scolded Mueller about the leaks. The committee chairman, Sen. Arlen Specter, R-Pa., said the disclosures were "just disastrous" for suspects who have not been charged, much less proven guilty.

Similarly, Sen. Charles Grassley, R-Iowa, lectured Mueller about refusing to brief lawmakers about the FBI's continuing investigation of the 2001 anthrax attacks - even though many sensitive details were reported in several newspapers.

"This looks like an example of the FBI's left hand not knowing what the right hand is doing," Grassley said. "You're telling me that you won't answer questions about the anthrax investigation, while someone else is telling the public that you're keeping us fully informed."

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