The NSA's Secretive Implementation Of A National Brain Fingerprinting Program In The United States - A Sign Of The Zionist World Government Agenda
"As should come as no surprise to any American citizen who's known that Osama Bin Ladin was a CIA asset since the 1979 Soviet Afghan War, and remained so up until his death in 2002, Barack Obama is now refusing to release the photos which the U.S. Military claims are of Osama Bin Ladin; stating that he is certain that the photos are of Bin Ladin, and that the American people can trust his judgement.
If this deception hearkens back to the FBI's refusal to release the photos which it confiscated at the World Trade Center and Pentagon on 9-11-2001, it is because the fictitious murder of "Bin Ladin" by U.S. Troops is the latest chapter in the 9-11 false flag operation saga, and yet another of the myriad lies which a government that has become so abjectly dishonest is attempting to get away with.
Obama's latest crime against the American people is typical of the myriad crimes perpetrated in American courtrooms by the U.S. Intelligence community - lying by omission. For example, when testifying in U.S. Courts, every FBI agent is trained to lie by omission, oftentimes leaving out exculpatory evidence that would implicate these agents in criminal activities while exonerating those persons whom the FBI is attempting to prosecute based on trumped up charges.
By refusing to release the photos of Bin Ladin, Obama only casts further suspicion on his own credibility as well as that of the federal government; confirming what millions of Americans have already suspected for the past decade - that the attacks on 9-11-2001 were an inside job."
"NSA personnel can dial up any individual in the country on the Signals intelligence EMF scanning network and the NSA's computers will then pinpoint and track that person 24 hours-a-day. The NSA can pick out and track anyone in the U.S. NSA agents in remote offices can instantly identify (using~ RNM) any individual spotted in public who is in contact with surveillance subject."
Isn't it time that you read John St. Clair Akwei's precedent setting lawsuit against the National Security Agency? A lawsuit which was so damaging to the NSA's egregious violations of your rights to privacy, that they brought in one of their own corrupt judges to make certain that this lawsuit was dismissed!