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Mireille Torjman SUPREME COURT PETITION 10-419

April 12, 2013
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MIREILLE TORJMAN

Plaintiff

V.

FEDERAL BUREAU OF INVESTIGATION et al.
935 Pennsylvania Avenue Northwest
Washington, DC 20535-0001;
CENTRAL INTELLIGENCE AGENCY
1000 Colonial Farm Rd-Legal Counsel Gate 5
Washington, D.C. 20505;
NATIONAL SECURITY AGENCY
9800 Savage Road, Suite 6711
Fort Meade, MD 20755-6711;
DEPARTMENT OF JUSTICE
950 Pennsylvania Ave, N.W. Rm 5614
Washington, D.C. 20530;
DEPARTMENT OF DEFENSE
1000 Defense Pentagon Rm 3E880
Washington, DC 20301-1000;
DEPARTMENT OF ENERGY
1000 Independence Ave
Washington, DC 20585;
UNITED STATES OF AMERICA

Defendants


PETITION FOR WRIT OF CERTIORARI

BEFORE JUDGMENT

Petitioner respectfully prays that a writ of certiorari issue for the case to be heard in the United States Supreme Court District of Columbia.

U.S.C. 28 2101 Supreme Court; filing under this Courts Rule 11, as a matter of immediate Public Safety and Welfare.

REASONS FOR GRANTING THE PETITION

  1. This Case Presents an Important Question of our Amendment Laws That the District Court Has Decided in a Way That Conflicts with Petitioners proof and Public Admissions from United States Officials which warrant for National Importance, and grave risks for the American Judicial System and Public WELFARE AND SAFETY.

  2. An American citizen has a Constitutional right to petition.


INDEX TO APPENDICES AND EXHIBITS

  1. Jim Keith Photo-CIA Mass control Dumbing down America, Death-Pushed/Fell? (2)

  2. Judge Napolitano The Lies the Govt told you photos-(6)

  3. Article Judicial System example of ordinary citizens perception and concerns of Truth-(7)

  4. Letter from Attorney (Petitioner warned class action suit non-gang related)-(5)

  5. Articles Media and public concern Unwitting Media and sample-(17)

  6. Article of Bush Family Patriarch statement in 1966 (Congress-Media)-(3)

  7. Letter Judiciary Committee Patrick Leahy July 2010 and email January 2009-(5)

  8. Press Release September 17, 2010-(14)

  9. Memorandum Opinion Dismiss Jul 20-(3)

  10. Order denied Venue with Appeal Sept 9-(3)


CONSTITUTIONAL AND STATUTORY PROVISIONS INVOLVED

U.S. Const. Amendments: As in Complaint and;
I. Freedom of religion, speech, the press, assembly, and petition.
IV. Interdiction of unreasonable searches and seizures;
VIII. Bans cruel and unusual punishment, and excessive fines or bail
IX. Unenumerated rights
XIII. Abolishes slavery and involuntary servitude,
(ELECTRONIC WARFARE)


IN THE UNITED STATES COURT OF APPEALS
FOR THE DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA

MIREILLE TORJMAN CASE NO.: 10-cv-01211 – AP 10-5302
Plaintiff
V.

FEDERAL BUREAU OF INVESTIGATIONS, et al.
Defendant
____________________________________/
INFORMAL PETITION, MOTION FOR REHEARING EN BANC

Comes now, Appellant, hereby moves this court for rehearing and of the Appeal for remand. The proceedings involve one or more questions of exceptional importance regarding Appellants presentation to proceed, and the conflict in the citation of neitzke v. williams. A record and presentation should not prevent a victim from justice. Appellant provided explanation why she could not get representation and does not know law. The Appellant also requested a motion of leave for various reasons. Appellant is sabotaged in all ways and told what is being done to torment further. These are techniques or tactics admitted in the Church Commission report and other sources as NSA sabotage to Americans, in Complaint. Mind Control in America is prevalent, (non mainstream news) and admitted, thus should not be thought of as frivolous or implausible any longer. (Even worse, is George Green video subsequently, of the conspiracy end result.) Just 4 years ago, Appellant also thought this was plausible. Appellant can prove a Shadow Govt, Secret Society is engineering our society; from seismic wave inductions, to daily crime infiltrations, and Bear Stearns rumors making things real/happen after infiltrating mind control transmissions on every profession including Wall Street. No one should underestimate the power of this weapon and how far they are going to cover it up as we speak, (January 2, 2011). Attorneys are influenced with coerced fear, work load, deleting Appellants emails unread, and numerous other excuses, unrealized. This occurred with Appellants Attorneys, the former Class Action Attorney, and other Attorneys, not solely Richard I. Fine and civil rights attorneys who are targeted. This form of coerced sabotage is also illegal (pg 5). This again started with the FBI and the Church Commission reports of admissions targeting Civil Rights, Human Rights, Attorneys, dissent, activists, and millions more. There has been an infiltrated obey Orwellian culture as with dysfunctional Americans. Million not thousands as quoted by NSA who are in or out of Hospitals, complain of decades of mind control from our DOD. This case represents much more. However, Appellant showed the motive exists, the weapon exists, and the witnesses exist. Everything rests on this Weapon of Mass Destruction; the minds of the people, which control the daily events tricking one is choosing. No progress can be made if the courts cant recognize this as a significant factor. Most unrepresented Americans (pro se), in the Judicial System fail by design for decades. This ongoing impeded and sabotaged record and presentation was included in the Appellants Complaint. Many other Attorneys have left the Country.
As in the Richard I. Fine Attorneys case in California who was jailed when trying to expose some corruption, was too late after 18 months impeded from finding out what was really happening in that court. He is suing the bar for his mistreatments, but no one would come to his aid, including the ACLU for reasons of contradiction, no resources, excess workload and other excuses, because we the people are being manipulated unwittingly in a Matrix created decades ago. Appellant has spent 4 years with this and hundreds of dollars in postage, travel and expenses, and wasted legal fees just to keep from exposing full disclosure truths until it is too late. Attorneys were influenced, some overnight, some ingrained. Appellant was influenced and transmitted to omit names and make numerous errors, among some of the other impediments from the public described throughout complaint and brief, tangibly, and non-tangibly. Because of this circumstance and the nature of the case, Appellant should be granted opportunity to proceed and seek justice, redress, and due process, or rule of law, with corrections. Appellant was unsure of summary judgment, prima facie law or trial on May 28, 2010 when threatened before delays began.
Additionally, false scientific theories from this weapon have everyone duped and it is ingrained in the people for decades as disbelief and much worse. Yet, the weapons existed, admissions existed, millions agree and are suppressed, with the proof in the pudding all the way to American health and economy. Those days were gone when MKultra and cutting edge technology got in the hands of Shadow CIA covertly deployed. What did NOT exist before MKultra technology and Secret Societies, now widely known, were urges to eat, do drugs, crime, cold and stupid, childish, juvenile targets, and media joke culture, corrupt, Cancer is ELF virus, Heart Attacks, Alzheimer, paranoid schizophrenia, Immune, neuro diseases of NLP, suicide, inventing sociopaths and synthetic Fibromyalgia, Morgellons, and the list goes on as in (endnotes of Complaint), always blamed on something else. More layers of brainwashing dis-information have been launched since Operation wiki brainwash as the tool to twist/spin another layer of history. All these issues are out in the open now and must start to enter the court rooms and media for accountability and to cease or dismantle. Appellant is pre-empted. Had this case or weapon and mind control been fanned in 2008 or decades ago, America would not be bankrupt and worse today. Crimes have unwittingly fallen under aiding and abetting, framed, falsely accused with these weapons behind the scenes since Patty Hearst or any type of Manchurian for behaviors and beliefs. That set precedence for crimes to hide behind drugs, broken homes or movies, as alien hallucinations and bearing false witness. However, the law did not recognize that or the brave whistleblowers that try to report any corruption to this day and age. The law must defend transmitted influence and coercion to discover to ALL the conspiracies. Dr. Rauni-Leena -Nyhetsspeilet.no, Dr. Robert Becker on dangers of ELF induced from Govt before his death, and numerous other prominent Doctors Globally as Dr. Byron T. Weeks, MD, July 31, 2001 find this case not implausible any longer, but Americas best kept secrets.
Coercion (pronounced /k-o-r-r-n/) is the practice of forcing another party to behave in an involuntary manner (whether through action or inaction) by use of threats, intimidation or some other form of pressure or force.
This force was also described by outsiders in various Countries as in the energy but not just by mass. An exception or acceptance to this case should be allowed at least to amend or remand. This weapon is so evil and influences and coerces unwittingly any form of LIFE. This must not be condoned but recognized, and dismantled. Appellants defense should be granted with leave, or there is no injunction or justice for any of us. This case represents importance coming from a voice of we the people who are what matters and who our Government services. Had others prevailed for decades in regards to mind-body motor control, weapon, lives would have been saved, accountability and injunctions would have been in place and 911 would have been prevented etc. There are 54 prominent whistleblowers ignored on 911 commission and thousands more over the years with twisted versions of truth in news brainwashing Americans. Opposite news for decade conspiracy in all topics to add false sense of needed security when people do not want this tyranny in disguise. Creating more Govt tax dollar DHS agencies one after the other, most unnecessary ineffective for decades by design and Corporations taking away jobs by outsourcing overseas trends. Enough is enough; this cannot continue or be swept under the rug for more deaths, calamities, with humanity and science under siege. Selective urges, pre-post suggestions, pain killer, prisons, rehabs, food, any addictions, behaviors modifications, inventing the ying and yang, COGNITIVE IMPAIRMENTS and rhetoric, opposites wave length conversations, all under NLP to engineer CHAOS, corruption and oppression. An APA and AMA framed at DOD and in books of false sciences, always staying close to their enemies to take them down.
According to the Revolution Grass Roots of America going on today, millions of citizens and victims in the system, there has been no justice for decades. Appellant will provide evidence and proof. The flow of FOIA was written about 1966-1974 with intended delays and only partial disclosures or loop holes. Millions of dollars and hours are spent by tax dollars, employees, attorneys and their fees, and court cases, just in fighting for months for documents from our Govt and discovery. This tactic was snuck in the system as well according to the Church Commission Report.
This weapon is not new technology but can no longer be ignored or dumb us down further. People complain of the Judicial system not working for its people and being corrupt, the Constitution being disrespected when it is Supreme, not the Courts. Non-profits battle it for decades through political organizations and no change was effective. This case represents how and why we the people are duped. Redress and the rule of law has been a problem on its own people by its own people. Why would anyone want to prevent such importance because of presentation with good valid reason, especially when lives are being saved, but no one to care of Appellants efforts and risks? It is non-sense that a Judge would not want to hear this case as soon as possible, when making decisions every day about American lives for their justice. Voice of people not power. Where is the caring justice that the oath motivated our Judges to practice law and rule on human beings? Is Washington still in a bubble (suspension from realizing what is really going on in Americas ordinary people? Where is a media of thousands of reporters at their desks that wont take a story and allow the public to make their own minds? Appellant is hung up before saying her name and cut off from discussion. Whistleblowers are blocked, quashed, impeded, discredited, detained, discouraged, threatened, and the Medias DUTY to report Government actions to we the people to help suppress the conspiracy from mind control leading corruptions, crimes and terrorists. There is a revolution on exposing the CONSPIRACY before its too late. Every effort is being made to cover up mind control with tangible excuses and to discredit and set up Appellant since 2008. Appellant can identify a matrix of brainwashing media and of mind controlled 5 senses on Americans not living in REALITY or real world events. Brainwash cannot occur without a tangible and environment. Both are required, however Transmissions trick one to believe their thoughts and senses are organically grown unwittingly, including any behavior. Appellant witnessed much worse with crimes and illusions of crimes (infiltrating paranoia in Americans-1970s) from mind controlled others in high rankings and unwit. Appellant is under threat and tortured by her own Government. The Appellant has been a healthy law abiding citizen doing charity work and has the right to due process. Defined as:
Due process is the principle that the government must respect all of the legal rights that are owed to a person according to the law. Due process holds the government subservient to the law of the land protecting individual persons from the state. When a government harms a person, without following the exact course of the law, then that is a due process violation which offends the rule of law. Due process has also been frequently interpreted as limiting laws and legal proceedings (see substantive due process), so judges – instead of legislators – may define and guarantee fundamental fairness, justice, & liberty.
Appellant stated having numerous overwhelming records, evidence, proof, witnesses, and confident she can prevail. Other counts with FOIA have also been made that should not be denied because of their importance. A victim of her Government has the civil right to justice and the criminal right to an immediate injunction. This was also presented in the Complaint. There was ruling against the record and presentation and this should not supersede or get in the way of justice and redress. There was however, reason and accusations of attacks psychologically by transmissions and induced pressure, coercion tactics, and threats to file immediately and to err constantly to impede and self destruct and to change Appellants mind to her detriment and that of the humanity. The Appellant had to move 3 times in October 2010, while preparing the brief and its presentation. Appellant was unable to receive Verizon internet for weeks and hours on the phone for weeks again, with constant unwitting delays from everyone. Appellant is constantly impeded with printing, transportation, and postal capabilities and these repugnant attacks, threats, and tactics to sabotage, were part of the allegation in complaint inclusive of the accusations of 2008 and should not be discounted. This sabotage was also admitted by NSA Russell Tice in the complaint and (Appendix N). These are transmitted attacks to targeted victims and are escalated at time of importance to unbearable suffering. This is the sabotage of Cointelpro NSA Electronic Warfare on Americans that should not be ignored as it is exploding for massive whitewashing. This is an extraordinary cause, to grant rehearing and/or trial and be able to proceed. The tangible aspect of the case also includes FOIA, blocked selective emails including resumes, and communications, sabotage and isolation. Appellant was harassed out of her house by these various tactics and is injured by her Government with this weapon.

Victims are disbelieved nationwide, and victims unable to obtain representation or assistance including class action suits and the ACLU has been a problem to bring this weapon to light misused on its own civilians and allowed this Country to self destruct over 50 yrs unwittingly. It allowed crime experiments in the 70s on major cities evolve to 911 false terrors, provocations, playing voice of God and ET, Aliens/UFO hologram projects, tax dollars to build spaceships and cover ups. This Weapon of mass Destruction includes Quantum Physics MATTER that effect autos, appliances, objects, Directed Energy body mass, functions, and gravity, according to targeted individuals class action, however Appellant has also witnessed its use for plumbing and water/sewer clogging and tampered manipulations. A massive propaganda and dis-information operation was launched in this Country, since subliminal marketing discoveries. It started with Cointelpro and DARPA, by a Shadow CIA covert ops and proven infiltrated wars, with cult-like diabolic, sadistic programmed misfits(MAD scientists) targeting Americans they dis-like behind the scenes. These were alluded to as scientists in the Pentagon claiming ways to figure out how to (program) humans by investigative journalist televised interviews and literature (Space and technology, Pentagon Science: CRAZY ENOUGH and DEATH RAYS by Sharon Weinberger, Journey to Pentagons Scientific Underworld, and Imaginary Weapons), successfully quashed or suppressed. (Exhibit A, B) Sensory manipulations and much worse infiltrations have been reported as examples discussed in 2006 Articles (Air Force Plan: Hack Your Nervous System) Weapons Grade: How Modern Warfare Gave Birth to Our High-Tech World.) This is inclusive of mental confusion, heart/muscle attacks, and entire body surreptitiously activated remotely from the mind. CIA tactics have always been, first do then tell. By May 9, 1973 a second level of CIA went discreet with program MHCHAOS, shadowing CHAOS. Program CHAOS included the possible manipulation of American citizens by anyone found negative. Today POLICE are being blamed and killing many people across Countrywith the GUN VERSION of taser-like motor control, but patented as NON LETHAL. (App. N of Brief) NSA stated the same EMF/ELF warfare that can cause subject to be diagnosed with mental ill health was also overlooked.
Today there is so much talk with a Nuremberg code and Trials from prominent folks and agents themselves. It is already proven that our CIA has been most corrupt and inhumane in their torture and crimes, and STAGED CRIMES to lose freedom, yet a Judicial system cannot realize what else is going on, even with admissions and whistleblowers from within who claim worse from this Secret Society. (Exhibit A, B new evidence) Former CIA, Bankers, Remote Viewers, George Green also stating a plan for WWIII is Fais de Complit in Israel, as Appellant alleged in August. Reducing Middle East population plans, while focused on wrong weapon of mass destruction infiltrating de-population occurring without Nuclear needs. This is called soft kill or slow kill. Jesse Ventura censored out documentary on FEMA labeled Enemy camps with children behind barb wires, covert caskets built in thousands, under the guise of HR 645 and other Exec. Orders to self-destruct, under the guise of terrorism, also being infiltrated, as claimed in brief, a take over of WATERWAYS with HR 11005 and Katrina highway blockades for massacres. The CONSPIRACY is bigger than 911 yet to come. WASHINGTON was DUPED! One former elites video (http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VNJTiUhZxaY&NR=1 of numerous types of warnings from we the people if we dont do something now.) Charlotte Iserby is another familial Whistleblower on 100 year Secret Society plan on dumbing down U.S. education system. Corrupting the minds books, and teachers to implement this, and CIA bomb makers, just for starters. The actual selection of individuals for poverty, as Appellant had discovered with choosing destinies and ills with mind control individually. The judicial system cannot ignore this weapon in the law, due to disbelief and transmitted manipulations of misapplied decisions to this point in history. A Country usurped is by its own mind controlled pawns. Developing psychological warfare, Project Montauk since 1942, again on Long Island, has subterranean installations, and perhaps Ground 0.
Appellant has been and is being tortured, and cut off from society and communications, whereas cannot get an attorney to assist or to ask questions. Appellant is sabotaged in her career and livelihood. Appellant finds others complain of the same blocks in place not only for attorneys and work, but journalists who complain of computer internet and phone attacks. Appellant makes no mistake; these are calculated, selective, directed and timely while guided for years and told as with the well known Harland Girard target. In Complaint and Article App. N, whereas the NSA can and does control persons lives by guiding and using the public to control their choices as well as the target. This is not new or few but suppressed for decades. Appellant was experimented with twice and brings facts and accusations from personal experience, family and others under attack still unwit. Appellant has additional hard evidence and medical records to provide for all accusations duping a Country nefariously more than a Global economic topple. (Appendix N) i.e.: Appellant made written accusations of winds blowing seeds on farmer to cause lawsuit by Monsanto by Shadow CIA. Today wiki leaks seem to have Monsanto tied to CIA via Blackwater funding, as Nazis were. Appellant alleged Monsanto was not aware of induced winds to grow seeds on farmer and have him sued. These infiltrated tactics are far more evil and sick than the bio-warfare Government corruption, labs, and cannot be seen/detected BP blamed cover up of labs in Venice FL with Red Tide killing fish since 1947 by ELF/EMF further cover ups and whitewashing infiltrations must be stopped. New evidence obtained today with paralysis on more employees and beyond imagination of the ills caused by this weapon. Appellant gave recorded testimony to BP in Alaska (drilling/oil prices) on August 26, 2010 and to Secret Service. (See Exhibit B, Air Force pg.1, BP employees pg. 2) Physical sensations in Article are hallucinations of NSA transmissions on civilians. Recent Repugnant Discoveries of this are beginning but kept behind the eight ball in technology discovery, and too late. Also, according to the AHRP, the CIA has not only been preventing VETS in the thousands from treatment of mind control (not Agent Orange) but also DESTROYED their atomic records, denying all targeted individuals and guinea pigs of same. These victims and worse torture in history rarely get news coverage as the Gitmo few hundred have for years on display by design to thwart off guilt, as in Complaint. Our own Americans are tortured much worse by the thousands and millions of mind-body control, quashed unwit by design. It was stated long ago by FBI Hoover and many Government physicists so horrific you cant imagine. This makes it more difficult to believe until one is addressed personally with this DOD terminology, synthetic telepathy psycho-tronics transmissions, also causing one trauma when used in conjunction with the public. The technique is of cults, NLP Remotely picking up on groups of civilians spread over the decades since Tesla discoveries. Appellant called the police few times when the power is cut off with loss of internet connection, laptop (3) is cut off and the next morning an intruder or virus had been attempted. This also occurs often including intercepted by agents on Google and on instant messaging in the wiki leak server attempting to send case information on August 29, 2010. Years of cyber crimes alleged in Complaint findings under psytek ops and investigations under The CULT of the DEAD COWs Pentagon Unit, should be an indication of even worse. Appellant gave information to Secret Service in September before leaving Florida and others while under threat. This goes beyond a few (misguided) incidents, coincidence, or just few victims. Appellant was also sheltered and unwit of this matrix for 45 years and can prove every accusation made since 2008. (pg 17) JFK warns Generation of Secret Societies with de-population beliefs and superiority. Appellant was denied a trial to prove case based on delusional belief after corrections to make a claim. Appellant was denied base on frivolous citations. Appellants case is to the contrary, whereas it is NOT the public conspiring, but the public mind controlled unwittingly, with the illusion of conspiring. The public is un-consciously aiding to attack based on innocent synthetic different thought transmissions, thus sabotaging lives using their environment. These tactics to impede and sabotage EXIST admittedly and downplayed from full disclosure unwittingly.

To rephrase Thucydides, I blame those who are resolved to misrule, but I place more blame on those who show an even greater readiness to submit.

In war, too, the discretionary power of the Executive is extended; its influence in dealing out offices, honors, and emoluments is multiplied; and all the means of seducing the minds are added to those of subduing the force, of the people. The same malignant aspect in republicanism may be traced in the inequality of fortunes, and the opportunities of fraud, growing out of a state of war, and in the degeneracy of manners and of morals, engendered by both. No nation could preserve its freedom in the midst of continual warfare.”

– JAMES MADISON “Political Observations” April 20, 1795
Rule According to Higher Law
A conundrum is presented when the government acts in strict accordance with well-established and clearly defined legal rules and still produces a result that many observers consider unfair or unjust. Before the Civil War, for example, African Americans were systematically deprived of their freedom by carefully written codes that prescribed the rules and regulations between master and slave. Even though these slave codes were often detailed, unambiguous, and made known to the public, Govt enforcement of them produced negative results. Do such repugnant laws comport with the rule of law? The answer to this question depends on when and where it is asked. In some countries the political leaders assert that the rule of law has no substantive content. These leaders argue that a government may deprive its citizens of fundamental liberties so long as it does so pursuant to a duly enacted law. At the Nuremberg Trials, some of the political, military, and industrial leaders of Nazi Germany unsuccessfully advanced this argument as a defense to Allied charges that they had committed abominable crimes against European Jews and other minorities during World War II. In other countries the political leaders assert that all written laws must conform to universal principles of morality, fairness, and justice. These leaders argue that as a necessary corollary to the axiom that “no one is above the law,” the rule of law requires that the government treat all persons equally under the law. Yet the right to equal treatment is eviscerated when the government categorically denies a minimal level of respect, dignity, and autonomy to a single class of individuals. These unwritten principles of equality, autonomy, dignity, and respect are said to transcend ordinary written laws that are enacted by government. Sometimes known as Natural Law or higher law theory, such unwritten and universal principles were invoked by the Allied powers during the Nuremberg trials to overcome the defense asserted by the Nazi leaders.
Since the timely fanning of wiki leaks, the ACLU and the Country is focusing more on SSP law, civil rights, rule of law, and redress, which is due to come up in the Supreme Court this year. These individual rights have been increasingly taken away, not after 911 but after the Church Commission and Cointelpro. We must obey the Constitution and restore function for all of us. It is time to allow our people, ordinary civilians, and victims of human rights torture to obtain redress when under psychological attacks and mind wars for all of us. The biggest threat and concern is time and delay to change minds and influence decision unwittingly. The remark of one Attorney is true for cases with the opinions or bias of Judges in other rulings:
Nothing has been more emblematic of the cancer they have been in this regard than the posture they have relentlessly fought for on unfettered and unilateral ability of the Executive Branch to impose the state secrets doctrine to shield the government from litigation, even when it is concealing blatant and wholesale government criminality. Another American of many wrote:
First. Then they came for the communists. I didnt object bc I wasnt a communist. Then they came for the trade-unionists. I didnt object bc I wasnt a trade-unionist. Then they came for the Jews. I didnt object bc I wasnt a Jew. Then they came for me and there was no one left to help me.< famous statement attributed to Pastor Martin Niemller (18921984) about the inactivity of German intellectuals following the Nazi rise to power and the purging of their chosen targets, group after group.
peasantrock2, it’s not about loving or hating the ACLU, its about the Govt arbitrarily stifling free speech of America citizens.
We must hang together or we will surely hang separately”..Ben Franklin
Secrets are for a reason and secret abuses are impossible to correct unless you know they are going on. Knowing their plans before they are implemented to oppose before they occur. If they are exposed by the people already suffering by the abuse, then the abuse has already occurred and it is too late. (Assange 2009)

JFK SPEECH:

Secret Society Speech Gives Future Generations Dire Warning”
The very word “secrecy” is repugnant in a free and open society; and we are as a people inherently and historically opposed to secret societies, to secret oaths and to secret proceedings. We decided long ago that the dangers of excessive and unwarranted concealment of pertinent facts far outweighed the dangers which are cited to justify it. Even today, there is little value in opposing the threat of a closed society by imitating its arbitrary restrictions. Even today, there is little value in insuring the survival of our nation if our traditions do not survive with it. And there is very grave danger that an announced need for increased security will be seized upon by those anxious to expand its meaning to the very limits of official censorship and concealment. That I do not intend to permit to the extent that it is in my control. And no official of my Administration, whether his rank is high or low, civilian or military, should interpret my words here tonight as an excuse to censor the news, to stifle dissent, to cover upour mistakes or to withhold from the press and the public the facts they deserve to know.
A victim should never be further victimized by the system, especially when it has not been working for decades, again, according to millions and Judges themselves. Appellant is being tortured by her own Government, is reporting the demise of humanity, and no ruling should prevent redress and justice when record and representation are not faulty, but psychological sabotage and coercion of the very weapon abuses, in the accusations themselves. Every effort is being made to pre-empt and discredit the Appellant with cover ups publicly since late 2008, after reporting it in writing to the authorities. Appellant also noted this Operation launched in complaints (endnote #129) working on covering up each and every fact since then engineering events and false news behind scenes unwittingly using media reporters and we the people. This is a real weapon and valid defense which has been noted publicly whereas victims of electronic warfare mind controls are kept on the move to sabotage and impede their attempts to defend themselves. These psyops tactics attacking dissent to impede and stifle was also noted since the Church Commission Report and should be recognized. There has been disconnects of information/ communication, duplicity, unsolved mysteries for decades, new and unknown ills, that FULL DISCLOSURES would be factual with this case if redress was honored or allowed. Investigators have been spinning their wheels for decades. Appellant has her own records and experience while in manifest not just what she was informed of, or figured out and investigated. Even if Appellant was delusional of this weapon of power in the hands of evil men behind the scenes, Appellant still has a case of injunction and injury, to bring to fact and should be granted to proceed and redress. Whether one person, one class action, or all humanity, without accountability and punishment, neglecting this case will allow Defendants to get away with horrific crimes of covert ops encouraging the abuse to continue and every American is in peril, when one is quashed or gagged. (Harry S Truman) America declined with induced infiltrations, engineering society from the minds, with this weapon since JFK era. Appellant is a victim and only the messenger of these repugnancies and modern technology kept secret, inexcusably; a weapon and panacea. The neitzke v. williams case is outdated, inapplicable, and does not take into account this secret weapon. This case is on point explaining how delusion is created and a conspiracy. Appellant was never jailed or forma pauperis and far from frivolous. Appellant has 4 years of blocked communication, medical, police, and judicial records as a target before showing how widespread it became to this point in America. Now, John P. Wheeler in technology, Boeing, Aero, DOD, VETS supporter, is also gone, as Dr. Robert Becker and others in CIA warned of Govt ELF/EMF, and hundreds more of surreptitious murder and programmed crimes selectively by the millions. Former Govt Physicists now harassed severely, are claiming Americans are dropping like flies for 50 years not by microwaves and mobiles, etc. There is crimes, abuse and torture daily for decades that are accepted desensitized robots: WHY would anyone not believe the abuse can occur in this fashion ESPECIALLY when by Govt who think they cant be seen or caught and can get away with it? America is synthetic by design and food is not where synthetic uses stop. Appellants public storage unit with evidence has been threatened and damaged by laser to roof as with private parts of her clothing, and wants to prove more, not fanciful, but exactly what Russell Tice article called it, Electronic Warfare. Appellant knows it as psyops (mind control, mind wars, mind games) beyond experiments, deployed on US soil and Americans and demands justice.
FINALLY, Appellant is harmed by a DOD weapon, NSA transmissions, and demands EMERGENCY preliminary injunction (pending appeal), to enjoin their ABUSE AND UNLAWFUL activities, and the right to Petition for redress and grievance from her Government under Constitutional Civil Rights laws. The court has the right to direct and take control of the proceeding. Under the circumstances in this case, a judge can aid a disadvantaged pro se litigant to allow, rehearing, or restore, to proceed and achieve true justice.

CONCLUSION

Wherefore, Appellant respectfully requests for REVIEW including Complaint endnotes #7, rehearing, amend, redress, remand, due process, and rule of law to proceed under these extraordinary circumstances, at the direction of the court.


CERTIFICATE OF SERVICE

I certify that a true copy of the foregoing brief has been furnished in person at 333 Constitution Ave NW, Washington DC 20001Court of Appeals Clerk, and via regular Mail to US Attorney Civil Division, Craig Lawrence at 555 4th Street NW, Washington DC 20530, on January 10, 2011.
I declare under penalty of perjury that the foregoing is true and correct on January 10, 2011.

Respectfully submitted,
Mireille Torjman
PRELIMINARY STATEMENT

This case was also presented to the U S Supreme Court under Federal rule 11. Writ of Certiorari was denied November 1, 2010 before judgment with new occurring events. (10-419)
This case was ruled frivolous and fantastic when noble with factual dangers.
Appellant has the right to an immediate Injunction Relief from Government torture protection, and for redress and grievance. The opinion made no mention of NUMERUOUS Political Officials and Agencies admissions of these allegations (subsequently below), with weapons patented and proven to be in use nefariously and covertly against We the People, inclusive of our own Government falling victim. Appellant requested a leave of court, FOIA request, investigations, right of review, proper media warning, emergency hearing, protection, and an injunction to cease immediately. Appellant was denied justice and the right to defend herself and prove her case, and/or opportunity for accountability and discoveries with Critical Agency Admissions and information provided seemingly Un-read or Un-realized, and to cause subject to be diagnosed with ill mental health. (Compl 15 p 10- Appx N exhibited)

STATEMENT OF THE FACTS

On July 7, 2010, Appellant had her Complaint above said case taken from
the counter before mailing, and upon arrival at court house, Complaint was unwittingly switched on Chief Judges desk regardless of calls and written instructions. Prior Complaint unwittingly switched was missing names of current high profile individuals and current assassinations. Days later, Appellant also caught Case Complaint which was unwittingly switched with Pharmaceutical case when loaded by Pacer electronically, as with numerous other obstacles for 4 years in attempt to expose and warn what she has figured out.
On or about August 12, 2010, Appellant went on the air and provided a recorded 45 minute interview but no one in DC or across North America and Canada stations had heard the interviews and had been redirected, all week to another phone line to impede communication and full disclosures while building discredits and wars, (as incorrect websites and phone calls misdirected). Appellant notified radio host, a Former Police Officer (working on crimes and the paranormal) and found it was a technical difficulty and/or human error. Appellant has also been heavily blocked by an unwitting public, daily in this fashion tangibly and non-tangibly, from electronic transmitted communications, with heavy mind and body control experimentations, and recruitment attempts for CIA using Remote Viewing (satellite apparatus) today called NSA transmissions, which include transmitted synthetic illnesses to millions. RUSSELL TICE case, an NSA agent blew the whistle on all accusations and torture of Electronic Warfare on Americans. (See Subsequent Public Statements quoted to the Press)
Appellant had to amend Complaint and had not made monetary claims
originally. (Motion for Relief 1 through 8) Appellant was then denied claims for damages in 2nd(Compl 255), Injunction, surveillance and spying, privacy, torture, along with the civil rights violations, witness protective plan, media request, Intl tortures, and 27 Counts of violations. Appellant is further retaliated against for attempting to WARN the public or file suit. Appellant is under threat, without delusion or doubt and has proof of all allegations, being pre-empted, impeded from the minds from others to block her, and is threatened as many other prominent radio hosts and activists by our Govt in attempts to expose conspiracies carefully masterminded behind the scenes (un-wit-unrealized). One mind, one life, one threat, one CANCER has been too many for another decade or another day, at the hands of mind control disbeliefs programmed for years eyes wide shut. This case should be heard and investigated by all. Appellant has proof, trying to save lives, and is under threats to relocate to DC. Neuro-Directed Energy Weapons of Mass Destruction admittedly for decades in Covert Govt hands. Citations are uncontested law and one can no longer ignore these patented facts by our Govt, DARPA projects and others, nor slander anyone as delusional fanciful, with the subsequent USA information below including Russell Tice article stating such and attesting to Appellants experience and knowledge with what has been discovered since 2008. (EMF Insulin, Blood, NLP, and Liver disease) The covert Intelligence is with Malice and should be stopped immediately. Media is now publishing a Government has gone amuck to whitewash, and much worse with opposite news fanned for years. Lies the Govt told you by Judge Napolitano, a system that has not worked, for these reasons failing millions of our own people, suggesting to re-read and deceptions. Ie: Whistleblower Griggs calling it mind jabbing and Dr. Bowart False Memory Syndrome, unwitting APA. (Appx B and Democracy Now (Standing up to the madness) Stop the Madness) It has been our own programmed disbelief for years and hidden advanced Technology that has enabled this Country to arrive at this point unwittingly from behind the scenes, and must be stopped and dismantled. People are starting to wake up. Architects and Engineers Movement and Congressman Ron Paul Supporters want to know, former Govt Officials, Unsolved Mysteries, Phenomenon, Alex Jones and massive events across the Nation under Brian Glick reports want the truth, know that MKULTRA mind control is in full operation, and so should every one with sound minds and realization of this sense. Pledges and admission statements made by U. S. Officials since 1976 and over the years recent, to dismantle these powerful mind control Neurological Directed Energy Weapons have been proven thus, continue for decades to todays 911 false terrorism in the guise of Muslims to manifest war worse than before on US Soil, and INDUCED seismic waves as other energy waves to cause contaminations, economic manipulations, trends, and population control induced behind the scenes. (Appx H) Appellant also has witnessed redirected phone calls, websites, and email communications tangibly and as done to Attorneys leaving Country just to work on Iraq matters here, without further impediments. (Compl Counts III and IV) Appellant has been impeded and blocked with emails, specific selective viruses, faxes, deliveries, voicemails and phone lines/calls while with various Communication Companies across the Country including DSL lines and can provide records showing activities for years behind the scenes un-wit from remote viewing, and password access to www. private CORPORATION servers with tips to VERIZON and other lawsuits. FALSE accusations as one case example, untraceable. (Compl 32 and 201 and (NSA, Verizon joined with AT&T M06-1791 VRW) individuals, google, and EFF). have been around
Appellant has statements of Federal Employees and Government Officials, Presidents with ADMISSIONS of Non-Fanciful Weapons of Electronic WARFARE over the years as to MILLIONS of Americans targeted unwittingly. A class action suit with its attorney (married to the DA in CO, and funded by a Silicon Valley University on Mind Control NSA transmissions impeded and no longer available for the very reasons of this Lawuit (non-gang related conspiracy, but an unwitting public used in all professions that We the People have a responsibility to stop before too late, by power in numbers to dismantling this Mother of all Evil Weapon, or suffer future catastrophic consequences more than Seismic WAVES, Cancer, or free will). (Compl 50, Appx E).
Appellant is being denied her rights, and the Judicial System has not connected the dots yet, on prior crimes from these technology weapons that blighted the Courts 40 years ago to bring us to this point and a corrupted Country and infiltrated Culture. Appellant will show mind manipulations in this Country are created with transmitted hallucinations on the public to cover up an agenda against humanity collectively, since Big Brother Technology spying. This began in HOLLYWOOD and GOVERNMENT BUILDINGS and which some outsiders already realized the masterminds in the U.S. by DIA. Appellant has records of unwitting transmitted victims within DOJ, Congress (Un-covered documentary) unread to invade Iraq to set up and brainwash their people as other Countries for mass control infiltrations, and mind controlled (Out-foxed media video) jacketing one against the other, psyops techniques for years with the use of all waves and resonance of frequencies. TruTV and media experiencing various pressures not to air any Govt Conspiracies and quash all related topics. Appellant reviewed her Quantum Physics Governmental studies from 2007 with information to support the new findings found at (Appx N highlighted with O) and her prior allegations, since under attack by this Directed Energy Weapon.
Appellant attempted to receive assistance from Congress and the Intelligence Committee Senator Bill Nelsons Office and Congresswoman Ginny Brown-Waite and was told that they had only been able to cease some not all victims seeking help, as it is selective Directed Energy Weapons. Appellants case was closed after a visit with other officials in DC. (Dennis Kucinich bill, Space Preservation Act 2005 in part-was quashed with citations of Remote viewing manipulations on millions of Americans so far. (Compl 21 and PARTIES). Today, according to former NSA employees and NY congressional committee volunteers, the burden of proof on victims should be on the defendants.
Appellant is with proof, witnesses, interviews and reports, from Leading Psychiatrist Dr. Walter Bowart (before his death and his son silenced), who blew the whistle on 50 years of mind control and FALSE MEMORY SYNDROME FOUNDATION, (and worse-by CIA remote viewing), and in our courts and streets, Russ Tice statements of NSA transmissions in use to sabotage lives, other CIA whistleblowers, of mind control including Operation Mockingbird (updated remotely) but publicly admitted brainwash mis-information (with a divided CONGRESS) permeating our Media unwittingly from these transmissions for decades creating our propaganda mass COMMUNICATION CHAOS, (2 opposite thoughts at once), DISPUTES, and A SYNTHETIC engineered culture. (Covert Propaganda infiltrated as psyops on US Soil).
Appellant is with the device (intercepted) and military patents, science, documents of CIA MKULTRA and statement of Manchurians to assassinate G. Bush in the 80s, and these very Technology Weapons of Mass Destruction (diverted focus created) in use for 911, as well as 9 DOJ attorneys fired for asking too many questions of what would have been to be uncovered. On August 5, 2009 Associated Press printed that the CIA denies faking Al Qaida Iraq letter, which agents are un-wit of within their own and of their missions with erased memory etc. (Press release Sept 13, Appx H) Everyone spinning their wheels too busy to REALIZE and dumbed down. (Jim Keith and Operation Mind Control, an engineered culture) On March 31, 2008 at 10:30 am, a letter in strong opposition written to JUDGE JOHN ROCKEFELLER IV intelligence Committee, regarding S. 2035 free flow of information act from ROBERT GATES at DOD is condoning unwittingly DUPLICITOUS, MASSIVE CRIMES generated against AMERICAN CIVILIANS and conspiracy hiding behind SSP as QUITE the CONTRARY on all counts that is headed into GRAVE DANGERS. Mind Control has been infiltrated psyops on civilian culture and population since 1947 and the 70s deployed Remote Viewing. BREACHED contracts of spying in EU, AU, UK, Israel, and other invaded Countries with spying and manipulating mind wars.
Appellant is heavily tortured, pre-empted, framed, staged and sabotaged, with cover ups in the media and building discredit with tangible events whitewashing history with each accusation, to discredit, since 2008 in efforts to go public, to the FBI, and to file suit. Appellant has made further discoveries of corruptions with these weapons of psyops against humanity, as Government Physicist Lieutenant Tom Bearden warned the dangers many decades ago for your thoughts may not be your own creating a matrix covertly for Power and Control, ULTIMATELY. (Compl 20)
Appellant does not know how to present this case with so much information to provide and obtain EMERGENCY injunction relief or a hearing, as DEMANDED in Complaint and Motion for relief to verify documents, with continued DANGERS to travel or come to DC again or ever take the witness chair. Appellant is praying for legal and procedural assistance of this court to be heard, prove her case and warn We the people. Appellant does not know if Complaint has been read or realized in full by JUDGE JOHN D BATES with NO mention of SABOTAGE HALLUCINATIONS MKULTRA DEPLOYED for 50 YEARS to MILLIONS OF AMERICANS at 15, 16, 17 and much worse by others throughout. (Compl 23 through 50 victimized, and below page 14 quoted by Mr. Tice), whereas Appellant was comatose for 72 hours (as Ariel Sharon) in her home to start THE PROCESS for CIA espionage, sexual slavery in the White House and Behavior modifications, recruitment and brainwash programming via Remote Viewing. As with the Obama Sunsteins report of cognitive infiltration, Appellant will prove this has been infiltrated in our society causing all accusations since Church Committee never ceased as promised by Officials. Appellant attempted to tell DOJ in 1996 when targeted for 5 years as Imaginary Friend/Enemy to obey, experimenting for Combat, robots, on the ground communications, and has years of copious notes for feedback and intent, with numerous others complaining of mind control at the same time emerged, and at a time when BUDGETS were of great concern at DOD in SAN DIEGO and Pres. Clintons public (partial) apology. DIA has done a terrific job at keeping it to a minimum if complete disbelief brainwash since the 70s. The 911 Pilot training in connection with HAARP stations The Ultimate Weapon of Conspiracy by Jerry Smith also died of CANCER March, 2010 and Appellant has been threatened with zaps to her body, organs, hair, etc, as other credible victims and politicians claim is going on, with experiments in full action and Science under Siege. Physicist Dr. Bill Nelson and Dr. Nick Begich ALASKAN Political family Angels dont play this HAARP also asking questions and was impeded. Another impeded resolution was from John Herschel Glenn Jr., 1974-1999, former astronaut on CANCER and radiation, and U.S. politician who Introduced a Bill (Compl 14 and 25) As with AIPAC related framed (cases), Kevin Trudeau and FDA mass corruptions via NSA transmissions with scapegoats for all their shadowing conspiracies, and OJ Simpson to murder his wife and get away with it in advance, sabotaged cases tampering with minds not just evidence, from many minor criminal cases to highest dollar cases and victims. The most sabotaged cases were the ones TELEVISED with sensory deprivations, and in front of the world (infiltrating humans into cold robots and locked doors culture is not organically grown but agenda). Millions are victims and are concerned! Whats going on? Wake up America! Wake up Washington! The answers are N.O.W. nefariously, toppling the ECONOMY and 911, the creations of 50 years of ignoring, neglecting MIND CONTROL WAVES and ELF, Ultimate Weapon behind the scenes and hiding behind SSP (1947). The Sibel Edmonds case and linguistic accusation of impaired translations were NSA transmissions communication chaos; another case never came to light and its true findings of 911. Both Muslim and Jew framed. Larry Silverstein of WTC 7 framed well in advance with insurance and transmissions to PULL topple building, and government offices. Appellant will demonstrate and tie major historic events as Allison Des Forges staged plane crash in Hudson River with Death Rays for planes (Warden Cliff Towers) and Senator Kennedy zapped Cancer. (CIA Predicts The Future 2015 – Water Resources.) General Zinni changed minds, Water Wars in manifesting with Turkey and Egypt, false natural resource shortage, as with Seismic induced East Coast INFILTRATIONS as predictions for WATERFRONT properties, and warnings to Congress ignored of Piracy and Florida EMF Red Tide to cover up with BP transmissions of human errors. Teslas invention in 1940 and a $2,000,000,00 device to zap and melt an airplane motor 250 miles away and an Invisible Chinese Wall of defense was built around the Country, no matter how large an attack, (Teleforce, manifests FREE energy and creates rays; zapping beams, the new invisible war Imaginary Weapons). Warden cliff Tower is in full action in Long Island NY, as 36 other stations, globally that beam massive volume of Free Energy. (The New York Times, Sunday September 22, 1940-Science and Patents, Education News). One energy zap is COSTLY, causes confusion, trip, fall, body temp-freeze, heat, mis-communication, fatigue, focus, concentration, sleep, mistakes, (Kucinich-US patent under MKDELTA), and stalling any engine.
All hiding behind the scenes and SSP, a letter to Judicial Committee was sent in July prior to this writ of information. The attached email from 2009 was never responded to and was unverifiable as numerous other communications for years. (See App. G3) Press release was impeded and forwarded to Al Gore on September 17, before revisions, Bear Stearns manipulations, and Famous Public Speeches. The Energy will by just fine. (App. H)
Appellant was traumatized and is suffering and would like to provide medical records, police, Judicial court records (staged to appeals with delays to change minds with TIME, and other credible witness information and testimonies to prove, manifest how, what this world is coming to (prior to 2008). Appellant requested a leave of court to amend as Appellant is under immediate threat (as family and car accidents) and cannot obtain counsel.
Appellant has become increasingly realized of the severity and magnitude of these weapons in use nefariously and globally on civilians and is growing. On September 3, 2010, Appellant woke up with loud ringing in the ears to find further attacks are attempted currently to penetrate her auditory cortex if continued efforts are made to expose and cease. From CLASS ACTION suit members, this type of attack can be deadly in various ways, and is TORTUROUS. It included sleep depravation until 4AM and loud alarms and outside extreme motor noises, for days prior as well as by phone, voice mail, electronic intrusions and transfers and 5 hours to obtain a flight ticket by phone to DC and blocked internet account set up with providers, (WITH AMPLIFIED SUGGESTIONS or modulations) and sensitivities to entrain and channel further connectivity sound waves during tired sleep not to awake programming. In the Jawad case No. 05-cv-2385 (RMU) GUANTANAMO prisoners are kept tired to be programmed during sleep and not wake up with interruptions techniques. This sleep disorder goes on in AMERICAN homes with sleep disorders that began 40 years ago or so. Appellant was able to record and video these awful events and suspects is being entrained mentally to accept such intrusions. Appellant is harassed and sabotaged daily, to impede her expert witness testimonies and WARN the people how and where this Country is being taken down behind the scenes and by an unwitting public timed in advance to sabotage lives. More than what Tice stated in full article and more than each of my accusations are already being investigated by analysts since my efforts have been taken to several authorities; the NSA began searching for an Attorney upon my threats and lawsuit on May 28th. Historically, numerous citizens, have not been amongst just Officials but anyone who dares to expose and prevent the corruption, abuse of power, and conspiracy underway, unsuccessfully because they are under the influence of mind controls UNREALIZED, always missing the mark and as Sunsteins Report with Cognitive Infiltrations is not not gone in vein. This Country is not only being usurped legally or Constitutionally, but psychologically one mind and soul at a time allowing it to evolve from 50 years of transmitted Americans and criminal. Currently experiencing additional unpleasant attacks as follows, with full article at (Appx N) that should not be discounted: gang related but psyops on the American Ordinary People. (Quoting what Appellants accusations are from years of her documented Government torture, sabotaged life in front of a Sheriff Department, and framed with the exact events below which are that of cults and Church Committee tactics going on today. Russell Tice, a Hero Under GOD, Jim Keith and Dr. Walter Bowart
Is the NSA Conducting Electronic Warfare On Americans?
Russ Tice, former NSA intelligence officer and current Whistleblower, was to testify
Godspeed, Russ Tice, the Patriots are with you .
RUSSELL TICE: If that was done and, you know, I use a big if here, and, remember, I cant tell you what I know of how N.S.A. does its business, but I can use the wiggle words like if and scenarios that dont incorporate specifics, but nonetheless, if U.S. gateways and junction points in the United States were used to siphon off information— AMY GOODMAN: Do you expect you are being monitored, surveilled, wiretapped right now? RUSSELL TICE: Yes, I do As a matter of fact
April 1, 1976, Attorney General Levi announced the establishment of a special review committee within the Department of Justice to notify COINTELPRO victims that they were the subjects of FBI activities directed against them. Notification will be made “in those instances where the specific COINTELPRO activity was improper, actual harm may have occurred, and the subjects are not already aware that they were the targets of COINTELPRO activities.” 315
Further, the Department will have acknowledged — finally — that COINTELPRO was wrong. Official repudiation of the programs is long overdue. (Wiretapping began with Hoover in 1940)
The American people need to be assured that never again will an agency of the government be permitted to conduct a secret war against those citizens it considers threats to the established order. Only a combination of legislative prohibition and Departmental control can guarantee that COINTELPRO will not happen again. The notification program is an auspicious beginning. This rough, tough, dirty business included infiltration of political groups, psychological warfare, legal harassment, and extralegal force and violence. The FBI and police threatened, instigated and conducted break-ins, vandalism, assaults, and beatings. The object was to frighten dissidents and disrupt their movements, write Mike Cassidy and Will Miller. They used secret and systematic methods of fraud and force, far beyond mere surveillance, to sabotage constitutionally protected political activity. The purpose of the program was, in FBI Director J. Edgar Hoovers own words, to expose, disrupt, misdirect, discredit and otherwise neutralize specific groups and individuals.
Secretary Geithner also highlighted Bear Stearns former Chief Operating Officer of Fixed Income, Paul Friedman, stated rumors were untrue until the telling of rumors made them true.
Fannie Mae interim Jewish Accountant suicide after 3 months on fraud
Framed as Larry Silverstein to redistribute wealth away from Jews to topple the economy agendas and framing Israel Conspiracies uncovered!
March 31, 2010 in the Islamic Foundation v Obama case, Judge Walker ruled the TSP as unlawful and violated FISA.
NEW CASE Dr. Orly Taitz V. Obama with Judges courage, NON-SENSE and responsibility necessary to dismantle this covert CIA ops and weapons of mass destruction with many deaths like Prosecutor Ted Stevens articles
Obama staffer wants cognitive infiltration of 9/11 conspiracy groups
Posted by sakerfa April 14th, 2010-Journal of Political Philosphy in 2008

Why hasn’t the press–aside from MSNBC–covered Russell Tice’s revelations on the government’s massive spy apparatus that according to Tice illegally survey’s every US citizens’ purchasing records, emails, phone calls, bank transactions, etc. and maintains the information in massive databases for nefarious uses? DNA and why
After the Church Committee exposed COINTELPRO, the government report claimed it had dismantled the program. However, in the 1980s, the Reagan administration legalized the tactics (after the fact) by signing Executive Order 12333. FOLLOWED by FALSE and LOSS Memory!

Posted: March 4, 2010 12:42 PM
A Terrible Mistake: H.P. Albarelli’s Investigation into CIA Scientist’s Murder, at the Crossroads of Mind Control and Assassination

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“Where else could a red-blooded American boy lie, kill, cheat, steal, rape and pillage with the sanction and blessing of the All-Highest.” — George Hunter White, U.S. Federal Bureau of Narcotics
For well over half a century, the CIA (and its predecessor, OSS) has been violating the Geneva Conventions and the United States Constitution, subjecting the guilty and innocent alike to “cruel and unusual” treatment. H.P. Albarelli’s A Terrible Mistake — The Murder of Frank Olson and CIA’s Cold War Experiments, a fascinating and important new work of unprecedented depth (10 years in the making and involving numerous first hand interviews), pulls back the curtain on the AGENCYS DIABOLICAL MIND CONTROL Experiments and EXTENSIVE EFFORTSto assemble and analyze every known substance that could kill a person relatively easily, quickly and SURREPTITIOUSLY.
A Terrible Mistake is the true story of how the CIA drugged one of its own scientists and, when “the little bird” flew through a closed window on the 13th floor of the Statler Hotel in Manhattan, proceeded to publicly insist, for decades to come, that Dr. Frank Olson was mentally unstable and had committed suicide. Albarelli takes us with him as he investigates the question: did Frank Olson jump, or was he pitched?
This compelling tale not only reveals the wherefore and how of Frank Olson’s murder, but looks behind the scenes at CIA and the Federal Bureau of Narcotics, deliciously acquainting us with some of the Agency’s darkest characters, including: Dr. Sidney Gottlieb, head of the notorious MKULTRA program, whose mind control techniques included extensive use of LSD; the evil psychiatrist Dr. Harold Abramson; various Corsican mafia kingpins; and the ultimate spy, Pierre Lafitte. Lafitte was not only glamorously descended from the famous pirate captain, Jean Lafitte, he was also a CIA assassin, who just happened to be working as a bellman at the Statler Hotel the night Frank Olson crashed through a closed windowand dropped to his death.
A Terrible Mistake reads like the most gripping of spy novels, as it lays out the roadmap to the drug culture of the 1960s and beyond. Since the 1940s, CIA had been hell-bent on perfecting mind control techniques, including the creation of a “truth drug,” for use in interrogation of captured enemy operatives and to root out the enemies within. These pursuits began with Project BLUEBIRD’s creation of synthetic THC (the active ingredient in marijuana), evolving into Project MKULTRA, in which Agency scientists conducted human experiments with LSD and hypnosis (frequently on American citizens held captive in mental hospitals); and ultimately led the Agency into a close association with international heroin traffickers.
Dr. Frank Olson was a research scientist in the Chemical Branch of the CIA’s Special Operations Division (“SOD”) at Fort Detrick, Maryland, where he was involved in a wide variety of chemical warfare experiments. Some of these experiments took him to exotic destinations in the Caribbean, where the U.S. Army’s Chemical Corps conducted tests resulting in the deaths of thousands of animals, not to mention the supposedly unintended consequences to the health of the residents of an island near the watery test site.

In the summer of 1951, Dr. Olson and other members of the SOD research team traveled to France, in particular, to the village of Pont St. Esprit, for an operation code named Project SPAN. On August 16th of that year, the entire town of Pont St. Esprit was stricken with a mysterious malady. One Parisian reporter described.
ADDED 12/15/10 with OPERATION PIQUE ADMISSIONS
On November 28, 1953, U.S. Army biochemist Dr. Frank Olson crashed through a hotel window in New York City and fell over 150 feet to the sidewalk below where he died. The New York City Police Department, U.S. Army, and CIA, for whom he also secretly worked, reported Olsons death as a suicide. In 1975, a Presidential-appointed commission inadvertently released information publicly that revealed that, days before his death, the CIA had surreptitiously dosed Olson with LSD. The CIA admitted that it had given the drug to Olson, but refused to reveal any details of the so-called experiment, or about what Olsons work for the CIA involved. The American media briefly examined the perplexing mysteries surrounding Olsons suicide, but soon lost interest. Twenty-years later, further investigation into Olsons death revealed that there was ample reason to believe that he had been murdered. The Olson case grew even more mysterious and strange after the Manhattan District Attorneys Office convened a grand jury inquiry into the odd death.Critical witnesses died strangely only days and weeks before they were to be questioned by prosecutors; government officials refused to speak and those that did suddenly developed severe memory problems; crucial documents were destroyed and lost; and investigators were intimidated and threatened.

ACLU Says Government Used False Confessions 02 Jul 2009 The American Civil Liberties Union yesterday accused the Obama administration of using statements elicited through torture to justify the confinement of a detainee it represents at the U.S. military prison in Guantanamo Bay, Cuba. The ACLU is asking a federal judge to throw out those statements and others made by Mohammed Jawad, an Afghan who may have been as young as 12 when he was captured. His attorney argued that Jawad was abused in U.S. custody, threatened and subjected to intense sleep deprivation. “The government’s continued reliance on evidence gained by torture and other abuse violates centuries of U.S. law and suggests the current administration is not really serious about breaking with the past,” said ACLU lawyer Jonathan Hafetz, who is representing Jawad in a lawsuit challenging his detention.
Military prosecutor abruptly quit his post, saying that the case was riddled with problems and that the prisoner had suffered physical and psychological mistreatment while in custody.
U.S. again [third time] delays releasing CIA torture report 02 Jul 2009 The U.S. government on Wednesday once again delayed the release of a full report on CIA’s controversial interrogation program. The government had intended to complete its review of the 2004 report and release it two weeks ago. But continued interagency debate about how much of the secret report could be made public pushed back the deadline. [See: US wants to [again] delay release of CIA report 26 Jun 2009 and Delay in Releasing CIA Report Is Sought 20 Jun 2009.]
U.S. spy says just followed orders in Italy kidnap 30 Jun 2009 A former U.S. spy at the center of a kidnapping trial in Italy appeared to acknowledge a role in the abduction of a Muslim cleric but said he was only following orders, according to a rare interview published on Tuesday. Robert Seldon Lady is one of 26 Americans, almost all believed to have been working for the CIA, who are accused along with Italian spies of grabbing a terrorism suspect off the streets of Milan in 2003 and flying him to Egypt. There, Hassan Mustafa Osama Nasr says he was tortured and held for years without charge. Army faces 20 more torture and abuse claims from Iraqi civilians
Numerous cases have BLIGHTED THE COURTS for decades since 1947 Securities Act and these weapons to be researched and experimented about the time Aliens and Apollo hit the Media, and crimes filled the jails with hallucinations, entrapment, and bearing FALSE WITNESS behind the scenes, MILLIONS made by PHARMACEUTICAL with the start of a communication chaos dis-information Operation Mockingbird, FBI Grandeur delusions, in our books, synthetic illness with the AMA, song writing, DYSFUNCTIONAL non-sense corrupt culture, EVOLVED. Now duped and the EMERGING, explaining so many airport cases and others falsely paranoid using an unwitting public.
Appellant will show that the above article from Sunsteins Report is not
hired help or gang-related conspiracies, but what has been impeding A&E 911 truth investigation for 9 years with CIA Jacketing to divide and fighting (crimes) on the streets, on line www, turning anyone against the other manifestations unwitting, as Countries creating wars as pawns behind the scenes, Stalking, ID theft, theft and vandalism. Generating false news; OBAMA speech (they like to do that, against each other (dividing culture). Stay the course to Brainwash, repeatedly Bush speeches (for oil?) and many more duped, (Appx H)), Generating Buzz, FEARS over the years, FLORIDA, and ECONOMIES, Generating Propaganda, Generating Illnesses since missing children on milk cartons, (misfits) in the Pentagon. Journalist, Sharon Weinberger, after PENTAGON interview wrote (Imaginary Weapons) and Wired Magazine, and a Globe who saw our Media and Judicial System as a Joke culture, and injustice from within, all with COSTLY zaps as they call it. Appellant purchased from NASA Physicist, the device for $21,000. 00 with Woodpecker scalar waves to Russia and China being used when paranoid Russia had launched theirs breaching airways spying contracts. Appellant had to learn CIA techniques of NLP taught to FBI early 70s and became certified in Hypnosis in 2008. (Neuro-linguistic Programming which some details were provided of Ft Hood victim, in the (Compl pages 19 and 78)) NLP (1974) is the absolute mind control creations of cognitive impairments, Alzheimer and Dementia, Memory back in timelines, targeting former President Reagan after signing executive order 12333, ADD Scientology and emotional disorders, highest mis-diagnosed ills in America among many new synthetic creations infiltrating Science nefariously for the next generation. New side effects and illnesses plague Americans with no names or traces are endless and documented, as many illusions, delusions, and/or deceptions.
Appellant has knowledge the JUDICIAL SYSTEM has been preventing to save these CRIMES OF HUMANITY, from the MINDS, unwittingly. These activities and other covert programs are being abused with a pattern of experiments and crime corruption on the street since the 1970s using weapons of technology and Neurological that has investigators spinning their wheels and folks exclaiming, What is this world coming to, pre 911? (Tesla Invention and energy 1940) Furthermore, testimonies made in 1977 to U.S. Courts and Congress by whistleblowers Cathy Obrien and CIA Mark Phillips were blocked for reasons of National Security. This 1947 SSP LAW and disbelief and/or forgotten event had unwittingly allowed the crimes and evil corruption to continue in AMERICA at the hands of the most powerful TECHNOLOGY WEAPON of the mind. Too many years of death and torture include every one in this Country somehow. Today some are finally seeing the same has continued to bigger Government crimes and corruption with technology to take over humanity for mass control, Step #9 of 10 (Naomi Wolf, Yale) closer to legalizing Fascism, eyes wide shut: LOSING OUR FREEDOM under the DISGUISE of 911 (nano-thermite findings as ELF-EMF warfare and its speedy debris removal and silenced, etc). Part of a gradual process in REVERSING an entire AMERICAN CIVIL WAR and JUDICIAL SYSTEM. Appellant assures the Court that as Access Denied, Trance-formation of America, among many neglected slandered and discredited Whistle- blowers instead of Courageous Heroes; Naomi Wolf, CIA retirees, and NSA employees, reported being hypnotized on the job, are part of GUANTANAMO innocent scapegoats used as Public display tricks to decoy. ACLU reports of false statements of confessions after sending them my information of psyops infiltrations brainwash over time, again reason for delays, and covert sweeping of DC and NY pre 911, whitewashed AFTER 2008 infiltrated to Mosques as Shuttle and much more. Numerous investigations with missed fact -findings at the hands of mind control behind the scenes. Covert condos built underground reports by Jesse Ventura currently in the MIDWEST and false threat of war on US Soil created in the process of being manifested with 911. Mind controlled Pawns, Manchurians and staged London Bombings, as domestically. (App.E3)
Appellant does not consent to the espionage information being transmitted against her will to her discoveries today and should not have been targeted with this experiment and beyond torture and information. Remote View Projects that REQUIRED HUMAN EXPERIMENTING and The Cult of Intelligence-occults covertly. Numerous DARPA and Military projects, Pandoras Box, Voice of GOD. Former United States Government Physicist! 1981-Lt Col. US Army Retired, Pentagon analyst McRae, Ronald, Mind Wars, St. Martin’s Press, 1984, p 127, Psychic Weapons) and synthetic telepathy, (creating wars and crimes on our streets) and the new buzz words in the Pentagon, Operation Northwoods, Project Stargate, Spacestar, (CIA Psychic Remote Viewing and FBI Virtual Project, 1996 respectively), Project Paperclip (Space Medicine), Remote Accupuncture (ELF) electrosis, Project Hybrid Insects & Polar Bears and
hallucinations), for abusive powers.

Appellant will also provide evidence to the connection of numerous sabotaged court cases, our economy manipulations, and 911 with this WEAPON of technology mind wars used on most Americans for decades. We the People had, and have a powerful sturdy foundation to disbelieve MKULTRA and the Church Committee is still active and/or part of the brainwash with massive investigations and CASES diverted for years. Appellants quashed and impeded warnings ignored by Congress leading to many deaths, BP oil, ELF EMF Red Tide, Labs-1947, VETERANS un-traceable Agent Orange etc, and many calamities including non-sense, mis applied dysfunctions, delays, sabotaged people and cases from the mind. Henderson v. Veterans Affairs 09-1036, VVA v, CIA cv 09 0037 CW, which has pleadings with mischaracterized discoveries, delays, denials, and refusals, with mind control throughout. On Oct 13, 2010, declarations made by CIA and DOD agents who do not have top secret clearance of covert ops today and who are themselves unwitting victims as other agents and Govt Officials as Whistleblower Russell Tice himself. The basis of Appellants case and point. Their Affidavit states in 1973 the programs went under severe tight guard secret, which is about when they deployed psyops on the Public for power upon this discovery, which is evolving outside the U S now as a result of no TRANSPARENCY and SSP with a new DHS and revamped FBI, WHITEWASH and lost in generational GAP. Furthermore, Plaintiff has obtained 20,000 pages of documents and videos, and more from Canada before CIA destructions, and went public Aug, 2010. There is no documentation of current NLP, Remote mind control or viewing made available and EXPERIMENTS are REQUIRED especially since patented and Ops admitted by former and current agents, as well as other prominent folks. In addition, there is talk from outsiders of DOD and across the Nation, of CointelPro MIND CONTROL as admitted in the 70s and with crimes under Operation CHAOS with skepticisms in the White House for 2 Administrations, charges for electronic spying were made back then with data minding since then. (CIA Church Committee Report Page 682, 687 and 1947 Act, and Compl page 5, 7paragraph 7)They did not cease or abolish this Act, but went black according to Tice and Millions of People so far including those victimized which Appellant interviewed and those with Cancer. Appellant provided the VA with the non-traceable ills of Americans at the hands of this Directed Energy Weapon also used in the Gulf War (Compl Footnote 7 and 36, Appx H, N, P-) San Francisco Firm Press Release Media Advisory. Julianne McKinney, Director of these Military Ops is still battling Oversight. (Compl 36)
Appellant prayed for an immediate injunction relief and has been under
urgencies, demanding JUSTICE, to prove this case.

SUMMARY OF ARGUMENT

I. This Case Presents an Important Violation of our Amendment Laws and the future ROLE of the Judicial system. (Compl 28)
II. There is an immediate and serious impact on the Appellant and publics safety with severe and alarming corruption and crimes to cease.
III. Analogously, in history of these crimes and violations cases involving Cointelpro, Church Committee and MKULTRA, knowledge of the illicit nature is imputed to the defendant, further victimized and traumatized by the publics disbeliefs, even though technical and credible testimony have been made unrealized, as in United States v. Lindauer Case No. 03 Cr. 807, falsely accused, slandered, delayed, detained, for 2 years as most whistleblowers to impede truth until too late to matter. (Church Committee full report-went black, Compl page 5).
IV. Additionally, because the majority has not been appropriately made aware of the extent of surveillance for the uses of spying, data-mining, breached contracts, treason, and nefarious misuses to humanity, millions more victimized, that would indeed come forward for immediate dismantling of Covert Remote Viewing,making liars of Public Govt Officials, unwittingly. (USSID 18, Compl Page 12)

V. The Appellant made demands for FOIA, damages physical and psychological (with irreparable harm, monetary losses, witness protection, proper media coverage, and an injunction,Part of Appellants harmful damages is too vexing and mind controlled transmits to err. Appellant was traumatized and is writing pro se with privacy concern. Medical records will be provided for physical and psychological evidence. (Compl page 16, 17, 30, 35, 61, 65, 68, and 23, 33 63) Symptoms are that of VETS-D.E.W. Neurologic torture, picking up behaviors, illnesses hiding as if organically grown, as cults and synthetic addictions on civilians. Affecting emotions and 5 senses, and this case to prove all, from being targeted to wars.and has not been free to exercise her rights to speech against the government crimes and to leave her house for the past 4 years and has been retaliated upon in various ways including experimentation of mental GAG orders and House Arrest as with other (ORDINARY UNWITTING PUBLIC, non-gang). These blocks coupled with detainments by law enforcements in all efforts to WARN while DELAYING and covering up accusations.

VI. This Case depicts important Violations of our Amendments that has caused mass chaos, Population Control, and a Society to be disillusioned, misled, along with disbeliefs at the hands of mind control TRANSMISSIONS behind the scenes pawns to create dis-information, mis-understandings and cognitive impairments, to divide and conquer people and to procure and produce exact OPPOSITES (FANNED) of events and harassment. Appellant was extremely Pro-Government 4 years ago, as is the Honorable JUDGE John D Bates, thus has the right to an impartial trial and the public at large needs to know and has the right to know including and especially JUDGES. One should not let a rule prevent truth and crimes if justice and truth is our goal to begin with. JUDGES cannot make correct informed decisions WITHOUT this KNOWLEDGE.
VII. VARIOUS ADMISSIONS from Military OFFICIALS, Secretary on US Soil is taking place toward Millions of innocent UNWITTING Civilians included continued operation of COINTELPRO MKULTRA as opinions confirms the allegations dating years back to Church Committee CIA diabolical tactics and NSA transmissions for Electronic Warfare on Americans and humanity.
For nothing in the history of humanity and our judicial system can ever be resolved or accountable UNTIL this case and its WEAPON at hand is heard, considered, and ruled, thus bringing CONSPIRACY THEORISTS TO FACT. The American Judicial system needs to recognize these issues and hold this covert shadow Government accountable to successfully CEASE ITS OWN DEMISE as part of the humanities and We the People duped and brainwashed within our own CIA terrorists. We are ALL in DANGER, and notice DC that is kept in a Bubble.
VIII. No act of Congress can authorize a violation of the Constitution. The Constitution cannot be interpreted safely except by reference to common law and to British institutions as they were when the instrument was framed and adopted. In the 2nd case, Plaintiff provided additional names of Assassinations and did have claims for damages, with an added claims made and documentation that this does exist by our own DIA shadow Govt. The District court dismissed case as fanciful instead of grounds for repugnancies that can be proven, urgently, and is warranted with merit as victim, target and injured party. (Compl 23)
IX. As in the ACLU v. NSA Nos. 06-2095/2140-07a0253, this pattern of Constitutional Violations and torture is victimizing civilians for decades and Appellant is a target of this technology weapon kept covert for nefarious uses and conspiracies. THERE WAS AN ABUSE OF DISCRETION with ALARMING, overwhelming historical facts and admissions of these weapons in use nefariously. Appellant is under attacks and is seeking assistance, and leave of court again to amend, risking her life and family, trying to warn the people, and offered to testify before Congress, after years of torture and courage with enough resources to help her to survive and also demanding discoveries and investigations as to where HUMANITY is heading un-wit, if JUDGES dont stop them NOW.


CONCLUSION

When even one American -who has done nothing wrong- is forced by fear to shut his mind and close his mouth, then all Americans are in peril.

Harry S. Truman

God Bless America, God Bless Humanity!

In light of the foregoing, the court should reverse the District court’s Order to dismiss and remand this matter for expedited further proceedings.

Respectfully submitted,

MIREILLE TORJMAN

Appellant is Pro se

Endnotes

1 United States v. Lindauer Case No. 03 Cr. 807

Whistleblower agent remote viewing falsely accused and detained delays until too late to use her information and the 911 brainwash.

2 In Katz v. United States, 389 U.S. 347 (1967) Supreme Court ruled that

a search occurs only when 1) a person expects privacy in the thing searched and 2) society believes that expectation is reasonable. In Katz, the Supreme Court ruled that a search had occurred when the government wiretapped a telephone booth.[21] The Court’s reasoning was that 1) the defendant expected that his phone booth conversation would not be broadcast to the wider world and 2) society believes that expectation is reasonable.

3 Skilling V. United States, No. 081394 Opinion of Sotomayor, J. In sum, I cannot accept the majoritys conclusion that voir dire gave the District Court a sturdy foundation to assess fitness for jury service. Cf. ante, at 29. Taken together, the District Courts failure to cover certain vital subjects, its superficial coverage of other topics, and its uncritical acceptance of assurances of impartiality leave me doubtful that Skillings jury was indeed free from the deep-seated animosity that pervaded the community at large. [R]egardless of the heinousness of the crime charged, the apparent guilt of the offender[,] or the station in life which he occupies, our system of justice demands trials that are fair in both appearance and fact. Irvin, 366. Because I do not believe Skillings trial met this standard, I would grant him relief.

4 Constitutional Provisions, Statutes And Policies At Issue First Amendment

to The United States Constitution Congress shall make no law respecting an establishment of religion, or prohibiting the free exercise thereof; or abridging the freedom of speech, or of the press; or the right of people peaceably to assemble, and to petition the government for redress.

5 Justice Sandra Day OConnor-Frank Olson case-Opinion No rule crafted shall insulate from liability unknowing subjects.

OLSON also pushed or fell 9 (by mind control neuro) in strange death as quoted family case and Jim Keith death without LSD cover up IMPORTED by our CIA and sold to kids, and censored book out as Cult of Intelligence sold in Nice. The CIA COOPER report was a complete WHITEWASH and history repeating itself by Agenda.


CERTIFICATE OF COMPLIANCE

As required by this Court of Appeals F.R.A.P.P. 25, 28 and 32 (a)(7)(b)(iii), 32 (a)(5), and (6) typeface requirements.

I certify that this brief contains 8304 words at in 14 pt Times New Roman.


CERTIFICATE OF SERVICE

I certify that a true copy of the foregoing brief has been furnished in person at 333 Constitution Ave NW, Washington DC 20001Court of Appeals Clerk, and via regular Mail to US Attorney Civil Division, Craig Lawrence at 555 4th Street NW, Washington DC 20530, on November 12, 2010.

I declare under penalty of perjury that the foregoing is true and correct on November 12, 2010.

Respectfully submitted,

Mireille Torjman

QUESTION PRESENTED
  1. Whether this case is frivolous and fantastic or noble and factual dangers?

  2. Whether Petitioner has the right to an immediate Injunction Relief from Government torture and protection?

  3. Whether the Judicial System can afford to ignore this case, denying a Citizen the right to petition redress of grievance?



TABLE OF AUTHORITIES CITED

SUPREME COURT OF THE UNITED STATES

PETITION FOR WRIT OF CERTIORARI

BEFORE JUDGMENT

Petitioner respectfully prays that a writ of certiorari issue for the case to be heard in the United States Supreme Court District of Columbia.

U.S.C. 28 2101 Supreme Court; filing under this Courts Rule 11, as a matter of immediate Public Safety and Welfare.

One example of many case and perception:
Welcome to Judges Above the Law?
WHY THIS CASE MATTERS SO MUCH –
TO SO MANY

Imagine one day you or someone you love, find yourself wrapped up in some unexpected litigation, whether civil or criminal. (Statistically speaking, everyone in America will, at some time in their life, be a party in a lawsuit.)

A little background.

Until three years ago, Michael R Kathrein truly believed courtrooms were places where judges listened to the facts carefully and decided cases honestly.
Then he got the lesson of his life.
A judge in his case could, and did, cheat. Opposing counsels could, and did, cheat. And once they coordinated their cheating, no fact, law or procedure could save him. He was set up to lose.
When you think of a “corrupt” judge, you may think of one who trades rulings for cash. As far as we know, that obvious sort of corruption is rare. You must appreciate however, that corruption may take subtle but equally destructive forms.
Among other things, a dishonest judge can ignore evidence, twist rules and procedure, obstruct the record, retaliate, manufacture facts or ignore others, allow infirm claims or dismiss valid ones, deny admission of evidence prejudicial to the favored party, suborn perjury, mischaracterize pleadings, engage in ex parte communication and misapply the law.
When he or she does these things intentionally, (motivation is a separate issue) he commits a crime. Petty or grand, the acts are still crimes. It takes surprisingly little to “steer” a case.
After the American Revolution, our Constitution was conceived and adopted as the mechanical foundation of our government. For ordinary citizens, the independent grand jury was the only tool of salvation from judicial corruption. Without this critical tool of redress, American civil rights exist only at the will of a judge. That tool (unfettered access to a grand jury) has been taken away.
Judges simply snatched it from us. They did it by enacting “judicial legislation,” i.e., by “ruling” that private citizens had no right of access to the grand jury. They took the grand jury from us and they gave it to themselves, and they use their “gatekeeping” power to protect themselves (from accountability) all the time.
Who decided, “What will be the law?” Judges did.
Who is supposed to decide, “What will be the law?” Congress is.
Right under Congress’s nose, the entire judicial branch of our government placed itself out of reach. They eliminated all means to be held accountable to the public for their actions.

Judges are now, above the law.

Federal judges and federal prosecutors routinely block the access common citizens are supposed to have to the federal grand jury.
There is a logical but not legal, reason for this.
If you have ever seen someone hustled through the courthouse cattle chute, you will understand that “equity” and “justice” have little to do with the process. Judges can be determined to make things turn out the way they want them to and naturally, prosecutors are always determined to get convictions. In many ways, equity, justice, facts and law, interfere with the process.
Have you ever stopped to consider that public defenders (the poor man’s lawyer) don’t investigate anything? Public defenders do not have police or detective resources at their disposal…only prosecutors do. Your defense will rely almost entirely upon the evidence the prosecutor decides to “share” with your lawyer. If the prosecutor “forgets” or “loses” evidence that would help your case, or decides to ignore an important lead, he will win and you will lose.
That is not merely misbehavior, that is criminal behavior. The very last thing a prosecutor (or judge) wants is a properly operating, independent grand jury.
The ONLY recourse that remains now, against a corrupt judge, is to respectfully “request” that the judge evaluate himself for honesty.
What criminal wouldn’t desire the power to block an investigation of their own crime?  It is hard to imagine a more fundamental or structural conflict of interest than that.

Human nature takes over.

To protect the sanctity of the judiciary, otherwise honest judges are driven to shield the misdeeds of their crooked brothers at the bar. Perfectly understandable human nature, yes… but when this behavior is at the expense of the public trust, it is utterly unpardonable. The courtroom is no place for situational ethics.
A judge who is honest 99% of the time is useless to the people. If this judge is your judge, his 1% of corruption equals your 100% of conviction. Your right to a fair trial does not go away just because nine out of ten people did get one. And your right to challenge a man for criminal behavior should not go away just because that man wears a black robe.
Justice cannot tolerate exceptions. Just like a cop, a priest, or a bank teller, if they cross the line once, they have to go. Dishonesty is extremely difficult to detect and prove. External, independent, unbiased inquiry is the only solution.

It wasn’t always like this.

Judges have taken control of the “right” to assert your guaranteed rights, i.e., they are no longer inalienable as guaranteed in the Constitution. You have them only when a judge feels like letting you have them. If he doesn’t, you don’t. There is nothing you can do.
Effectively, judges “dispense” our rights at their whim and pleasure with total impunity.
Unfortunately, ordinary citizens have no other means to enjoy or enforce their civil rights except through that same court system. What this means is that without a mechanism for remedy, (the court) you have no rights. If a judge refuses to order relief, then you don’t get any. Therefore, citizens have no choice but to (literally) pray to a judge for leave to assert their rights. Where their prayers are denied, their rights are denied.
This type of abuse is exactly why our forefathers granted ordinary citizens the right to access the Grand Jury directly. It is a centuries old system of checks and balances imported from England, installed in America to protect ordinary citizens against judicial tyranny.
Direct access to a grand jury is the victim’s path (us) around the victimizer’s (bad judges) roadblock.
In this Petition you will see a perfect example of justice thwarted by the very people (judges and the U.S. Attorney) who are supposed to ensure that justice is done.

Kathrein seeks to expose and eliminate
this unfair Conflict of Interest.

Why did the Seventh Circuit try so hard to bury his case? Because to allow a common citizen direct access to the federal grand jury is to expose the judiciary’s Achilles heel… accountability to the people.
Title 18 U. S. C. § 242 provides that judges are liable for criminal acts committed under “color of law” meaning that judges may be immune from prosecution for civil misbehavior, but they are NOT immune from prosecution for criminal behavior.
The only way to make a judge answer for criminal behavior is to bring criminal charges against him. The ultimate irony here is that the only way to bring criminal charges against a bad judge is to ask another judge for permission to pursue the bad judge. As noted above, that will never happen.
As long as the subjects of the investigation (judges) are the gatekeepers of the investigation, there will be no investigation. Therefore, judges have rendered Title 18 U. S. C. § 242 unenforceable.
Kathrein cannot win this fight to bring evidence of judicial misbehavior directly to a grand jury, then all Americans who are victims of § 242 crimes are denied their civil rights. It will become forever impossible to get a complaint against a judge, past a judge.
This is why his complaint matters so much to so many… because you never know if the judge on your case is going to do his job.
If he decides to steer the proceedings against you, you will wrongly lose your property, your liberty and perhaps your life. You MUST have a way to protect yourself.  —- Read R Kathrein’s Booklet to understand how this barricade affects all of us…in ways you would never suspect.
Call your Congressman, TODAY.

Tell him, to tell the Supreme Court, to answer this question

Decades of American Judicial PUBLIC
PERCEPTIONS from Mind Control
Transmitted Unwittingly!
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Research Links Rise in Falluja Birth Defects and Cancers to US Assault •(CANCER ELF Directed Energy WEAPON)

October 4, 2011

Published on Friday, December 31, 2010 by The Guardian/UK  (CANCER ELF Directed Energy WEAPON)

Research Links Rise in Falluja Birth Defects and Cancers to US Assault

• Defects in newborns 11 times higher than normal • ‘War contaminants’ from 2004 attack could be cause by Martin Chulov

A study examining the causes of a dramatic spike in birth defects in the Iraqi city of Falluja has for the first time concluded that genetic damage could have been caused by weaponry used in US assaults that took place six years ago.

White phosphorous smoke screens are fired by the US army as part of an early morning patrol in November 2004 on the outskirts of Falluja, Iraq, in preparation for an offensive against insurgents. (Photograph: Scott Nelson/Getty Images)

The research, which will be published next week, confirms earlier estimates revealed by the Guardian of a major, unexplained rise in cancers and chronic neural-tube, cardiac and skeletal defects in newborns. The authors found that malformations are close to 11 times higher than normal rates, and rose to unprecedented levels in the first half of this year – a period that had not been surveyed in earlier reports.

The findings, which will be published in the International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health, come prior to a much-anticipated World Health Organisation study of Falluja’s genetic health. They follow two alarming earlier studies, one of which found a distortion in the sex ratio of newborns since the invasion of Iraq in 2003 – a 15% drop in births of boys.

“We suspect that the population is chronically exposed to an environmental agent,” said one of the report’s authors, environmental toxicologist Mozhgan Savabieasfahani. “We don’t know what that environmental factor is, but we are doing more tests to find out.” The report identifies metals as potential contaminating agents afflicting the city – especially among pregnant mothers. “Metals are involved in regulating genome stability,” it says. “As environmental effectors, metals are potentially good candidates to cause birth defects.

The findings are likely to prompt further speculation that the defects were caused by depleted uranium rounds, which were heavily used in two large battles in the city in April and November 2004. The rounds, which contain ionising radiation, are a core component of the armouries of numerous militaries and militias.

Their effects have long been called into question, with some scientists claiming they leave behind a toxic residue, caused when the round – either from an assault rifle or artillery piece – bursts through its target. However, no evidence has yet been established that proves this, and some researchers instead claim that depleted uranium has been demonstrably proven not to be a contaminant.

The report acknowledges that other battlefield residues may also be responsible for the defects. “Many known war contaminants have the potential to interfere with normal embryonic and foetal development,” the report says. “The devastating effect of dioxins on the reproductive health of the Vietnamese people is well-known.”

The latest Falluja study surveyed 55 families with seriously deformed newborns between May and August. It was conducted by Dr Samira Abdul Ghani, a paediatrician at Falluja general hospital. In May, 15% of the 547 babies born had serious birth defects. In the same period, 11% of babies were born at less than 30 weeks and 14% of foetuses spontaneously aborted.

The researchers believe that the figures understate what they describe as an epidemic of abnormalities, because a large number of babies in Falluja are born at home with parents reluctant to seek help from authorities.

One case documented in the report is of a mother and her daughter who after the 2004 battles both gave birth to babies with severe malformations. The second wife of one of the fathers also had a severely deformed baby in 2009. “It is important to understand that under normal conditions, the chances of such occurrences is virtually zero,” said Savabieasfahani.

Iraq’s government has built a new hospital in Fallujah, but the city’s obstetricians have complained that they are still overwhelmed by the sheer number of serious defects. The US military has long denied that it is responsible for any contaminant left behind in the city, or elsewhere in Iraq, as it continues its steady departure from the country it has occupied for almost eight years.

It has said that Iraqis who want to file a complaint are welcome to do so. Several families interviewed by the Guardian in November 2009 said they had filed complaints but had not received replies.

The World Health Organisation is due to begin its research sometime next year. However, there are fears that an extensive survey may not be possible in the still volatile city that still experiences assassinations and bombings most weeks.

“An epidemic of birth defects is unfolding in Fallujah, Iraq,” said Savabieasfahani. “This is a serious public health crisis that needs global attention. We need independent and unbiased research into the possible causes of this epidemic. We invite scientists and organisations to get in touch with us so that we may gain the strength to address this large global public health issue.”

City’s spike in deformity rates

Birth-defect rates in Falluja have become increasingly alarming over the past two years. In the first half of 2010, the number of monthly cases of serious abnormalities rose to unprecedented levels. In Falluja general hospital, 15% of the 547 babies born in May had a chronic deformity, such as a neural tune defect – which affects the brain and lower limbs – cardiac, or skeletal abnormalities, or cancers. No other city in Iraq has anywhere near the same levels of reported abnormalities. Falluja sees at least 11 times as many major defects in newborns than world averages, the research has shown.

The latest report, which will be published next week in the International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health, says Falluja has been infected by a chronic environmental contaminant. It focuses on depleted uranium, used in weaponry during two US assaults in 2004 as a possible cause of the contaminant. Scientific studies have so far established no link between the rounds, which contain ionising radiation to burst through armour and are commonly used on the battlefield.

The study focuses on metals as a potential conduit for the contaminant. It suggests a bodily accumulation of toxins is causing serious and potentially irreversible damage to the city’s population base, and calls for an urgent examination of metals in Falluja as well as a comprehensive examination of the city’s recent reproductive history.

Mass psychosis in the US – Opinion – Al Jazeera English Pfizer-ALL ills ELF transmitted diseases

October 4, 2011

Mass psychosis in the US – Opinion – Al Jazeera English Pfizer How Big Pharma got Americans hooked on anti-psychotic drugs. James Ridgeway Last Modified: 12 Jul 2011 06:20 Drug companies like Pfizer are accused of pressuring doctors into over-prescribing medications to patients in order to increase profits [GALLO/GETTY] People and Power: Drug Money Insert: “(ALL ills ELF transmitted diseases I have been trying to report and since I started trying 08, to go PUBLIC as on my radio interview and the shift to block me until they brainwashed everyone with public event generated including the shuttle going up after decades since no longer needed and now whitewashed creating new excuses to go back up.) Mind Controlled Culture for Gov’t profit.” Has America become a nation of psychotics? You would certainly think so, based on the explosion in the use of antipsychotic medications. In 2008, with over $14 billion in sales, antipsychotics became the single top-selling therapeutic class of prescription drugs in the United States, surpassing drugs used to treat high cholesterol and acid reflux. Once upon a time, antipsychotics were reserved for a relatively small number of patients with hard-core psychiatric diagnoses – primarily schizophrenia and bipolar disorder – to treat such symptoms as delusions, hallucinations, or formal thought disorder. Today, it seems, everyone is taking antipsychotics. Parents are told that their unruly kids are in fact bipolar, and in need of anti-psychotics, while old people with dementia are dosed, in large numbers, with drugs once reserved largely for schizophrenics. Americans with symptoms ranging from chronic depression to anxiety to insomnia are now being prescribed anti-psychotics at rates that seem to indicate a national mass psychosis. It is anything but a coincidence that the explosion in antipsychotic use coincides with the pharmaceutical industry’s development of a new class of medications known as “atypical antipsychotics.” Beginning with Zyprexa, Risperdal, and Seroquel in the 1990s, followed by Abilify in the early 2000s, these drugs were touted as being more effective than older antipsychotics like Haldol and Thorazine. More importantly, they lacked the most noxious side effects of the older drugs – in particular, the tremors and other motor control problems. The atypical anti-psychotics were the bright new stars in the pharmaceutical industry’s roster of psychotropic drugs – costly, patented medications that made people feel and behave better without any shaking or drooling. Sales grew steadily, until by 2009 Seroquel and Abilify numbered fifth and sixth in annual drug sales, and prescriptions written for the top three atypical antipsychotics totaled more than 20 million. Suddenly, antipsychotics weren’t just for psychotics any more. Not just for psychotics anymore By now, just about everyone knows how the drug industry works to influence the minds of American doctors, plying them with gifts, junkets, ego-tripping awards, and research funding in exchange for endorsing or prescribing the latest and most lucrative drugs. “Psychiatrists are particularly targeted by Big Pharma because psychiatric diagnoses are very subjective,” says Dr. Adriane Fugh-Berman, whose PharmedOut project tracks the industry’s influence on American medicine, and who last month hosted a conference on the subject at Georgetown. A shrink can’t give you a blood test or an MRI to figure out precisely what’s wrong with you. So it’s often a case of diagnosis by prescription. (If you feel better after you take an anti-depressant, it’s assumed that you were depressed.) As the researchers in one study of the drug industry’s influence put it, “the lack of biological tests for mental disorders renders psychiatry especially vulnerable to industry influence.” For this reason, they argue, it’s particularly important that the guidelines for diagnosing and treating mental illness be compiled “on the basis of an objective review of the scientific evidence” – and not on whether the doctors writing them got a big grant from Merck or own stock in AstraZeneca. Marcia Angell, former editor of the New England Journal of Medicine and a leading critic of the Big Pharma, puts it more bluntly: “Psychiatrists are in the pocket of industry.” Angell has pointed out that most of the Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders (DSM), the bible of mental health clinicians, have ties to the drug industry. Likewise, a 2009 study showed that 18 out of 20 of the shrinks who wrote the American Psychiatric Association’s most recent clinical guidelines for treating depression, bipolar disorders, and schizophrenia had financial ties to drug companies. The most mis-diagnosed ills in AMERICA! “The use of psychoactive drugs – including both antidepressants and antipsychotics – has exploded…[yet] ‘the tally of those who are disabled…increased nearly two and a half times.”Marcia Angell, former editor of the New England Journal of Medicine In a recent article in The New York Review of Books, Angell deconstructs what she calls an apparent “raging epidemic of mental illness” among Americans. The use of psychoactive drugs—including both antidepressants and antipsychotics—has exploded, and if the new drugs are so effective, Angell points out, we should “expect the prevalence of mental illness to be declining, not rising.” Instead, “the tally of those who are so disabled by mental disorders that they qualify for Supplemental Security Income (SSI) or Social Security Disability Insurance (SSDI) increased nearly two and a half times between 1987 and 2007 – from one in 184 Americans to one in seventy-six. For children, the rise is even more startling – a thirty-five-fold increase in the same two decades. Mental illness is now the leading cause of disability in children.” Under the tutelage of Big Pharma, we are “simply expanding the criteria for mental illness so that nearly everyone has one.” Fugh-Berman agrees: In the age of aggressive drug marketing, she says, “Psychiatric diagnoses have expanded to include many perfectly normal people.” Cost benefit analysis What’s especially troubling about the over-prescription of the new antipsychotics is its prevalence among the very young and the very old – vulnerable groups who often do not make their own choices when it comes to what medications they take. Investigations into antipsychotic use suggests that their purpose, in these cases, may be to subdue and tranquilize rather than to treat any genuine psychosis. Carl Elliott reports in Mother Jones magazine: “Once bipolar disorder could be treated with atypicals, rates of diagnoses rose dramatically, especially in children. According to a recent Columbia University study, the number of children and adolescents treated for bipolar disorder rose 40-fold between 1994 and 2003.” And according to another study, “one in five children who visited a psychiatrist came away with a prescription for an antipsychotic drug.” A remarkable series published in the Palm Beach Post in May true revealed that the state of Florida’s juvenile justice department has literally been pouring these drugs into juvenile facilities, “routinely” doling them out “for reasons that never were approved by federal regulators.” The numbers are staggering: “In 2007, for example, the Department of Juvenile Justice bought more than twice as much Seroquel as ibuprofen. Overall, in 24 months, the department bought 326,081 tablets of Seroquel, Abilify, Risperdal and other antipsychotic drugs for use in state-operated jails and homes for children…That’s enough to hand out 446 pills a day, seven days a week, for two years in a row, to kids in jails and programs that can hold no more than 2,300 boys and girls on a given day.” Further, the paper discovered that “One in three of the psychiatrists who have contracted with the state Department of Juvenile Justice in the past five years has taken speaker fees or gifts from companies that make antipsychotic medications.” In addition to expanding the diagnoses of serious mental illness, drug companies have encouraged doctors to prescribe atypical anti-psychotics for a host of off-label uses. In one particularly notorious episode, the drugmaker Eli Lilly pushed Zyprexa on the caregivers of old people with Alzheimer’s and other forms of dementia, as well as agitation, anxiety, and insomnia. In selling to nursing home doctors, sales reps reportedly used the slogan “five at five”—meaning that five milligrams of Zyprexa at 5 pm would sedate their more difficult charges. The practice persisted even after FDA had warned Lilly that the drug was not approved for such uses, and that it could lead to obesity and even diabetes in elderly patients. In a video interview conducted in 2006, Sharham Ahari, who sold Zyprexa for two years at the beginning of the decade, described to me how the sales people would wangle the doctors into prescribing it. At the time, he recalled, his doctor clients were giving him a lot of grief over patients who were “flipping out” over the weight gain associated with the drug, along with the diabetes. “We were instructed to downplay side effects and focus on the efficacy of drug…to recommend the patient drink a glass a water before taking a pill before the meal and then after the meal in hopes the stomach would expand” and provide an easy way out of this obstacle to increased sales. When docs complained, he recalled, “I told them, ‘Our drug is state of the art. What’s more important? You want them to get better or do you want them to stay the same–a thin psychotic patient or a fat stable patient.'” For the drug companies, Shahrman says, the decision to continue pushing the drug despite side effects is matter of cost benefit analysis: Whether you will make more money by continuing to market the drug for off-label use, and perhaps defending against lawsuits, than you would otherwise. In the case of Zyprexa, in January 2009, Lilly settled a lawsuit brought by with the US Justice Department, agreeing to pay $1.4 billion, including “a criminal fine of $515 million, the largest ever in a health care case, and the largest criminal fine for an individual corporation ever imposed in a United States criminal prosecution of any kind,”the Department of Justice said in announcing the settlement.” But Lilly’s sale of Zyprexa in that year alone were over $1.8 billion. Making patients worse As it turns out, the atypical antipsychotics may not even be the best choice for people with genuine, undisputed psychosis. IT IS ALL BEEN for TAX REVENUE and POWER and since 2008 when I was threatened and pre-empted with going public and their explosion of corruption in gov’t lessor evil! A growing number of health professionals have come to think these drugs are not really as effective as older, less expensive medicines which they have replaced, that they themselves produce side effects that cause other sorts of diseases such as diabetes and plunge the patient deeper into the gloomy world of serious mental disorder. Along with stories of success comes reports of people turned into virtual zombies. This is mind control not computer generation or just pills being used as scapegoats. Elliott reports in Mother Jones: “After another large analysis in The Lancet found that most atypicals actually performed worse than older drugs, two senior British psychiatrists penned a damning editorial that ran in the same issue. Dr. Peter Tyrer, the editor of the British Journal of Psychiatry, and Dr. Tim Kendall of the Royal College of Psychiatrists wrote: “The spurious invention of the atypicals can now be regarded as invention only, cleverly manipulated by the drug industry for marketing purposes and only now being exposed.” Bottom line: Stop Big Pharma and the parasitic shrink community from want only pushing these pills across the population. MIND CONTROL in all professions and we the people to be self destructing! James Ridgeway writes for The Guardian newspaper, and is the senior Washington correspondent for Mother Jones magazine. The views expressed in this article are the author’s own and do not necessarily reflect Al Jazeera’s editorial policy. Featured on Al Jazeera Q&A: The US debt ceiling White House announces deal to raise the US borrowing limit just two days before August 2 deadline. 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(Pause) • Aungsan 3 weeks ago • Another failure for capitalism, pharmaceutical companies driven by profit, so what is the best way to make profit? to make addict out of all of us, so, who cares if the drugs actually solve any problem? or if they have side effects? who cares if the are used for problems that they have not been tested? or if it is kids the ones being duped? who cares about moral anyway? when money comes to the picture, and branding and bribing works so well that billions keep coming no matter what, then who cares about moral? • • Blogs On and 235 more liked this • Gary 3 weeks ago in reply to Aungsan • In large part, its a population dealing with the fallout of self hate and guilt consequence of being a repressed judgmental biblical based society. The puritans set the social tone for this country. Its what war cultures do. Distort the population at a young enough age so what goes on in their own head is demonized, produces angry, confused adults primed and ready to kill. Tell a child “Jesus died for your sins”? Thats a h*ll of a thing to drum into a kids head. “Who is this guy? I don’t know any such guy and what did I do?” A kid like that has been emotionally crippled before getting started in life. The pervasive anger in American society at judgementalism having religious roots is everywhere. Which is great if you plan on war. Not so great if you have to deal with that in a civil society. The solution? Drug ’em. • • funkybodhi and 273 more liked this • SmokeyWest 3 weeks ago in reply to Gary • Growing up in America during the 1950’s I was constantly being told that God was going send me to hell if I did anything wrong; that he knew my every thought and deed; and that he was coming at any moment, and that I better not be left behind. At school we were constantly reminded that we could all be destroyed at any minute by the Russian, but that it would be “better to be dead that red.” I was told that there were communists in our schools and cities and that if they took over the country they would kill my parents and turn me into a slave. I was encourage to be ever on the lookout for anyone who might be communist agent or sympathizer. We were expected to live in a stae of constant fear. The 1960’s saw my generation drafted and sent to fight a war for corporate profits, where 50,000 died and millions were scarred for life. We were bomabarded with ads for cigarettes, beer, and headache remedies. We were told that if we didn’t own the right kind of car the girls would never love us, and that the cool guys all used Aqua Velva aftershave. Since we were children we have been told what to believe, and that true happiness could be ours if we just bought the latest product or clothing style. Television and the ever present advertising fueled America’s consumer society and helped to create a valueless materialistic society. Now my genration is getting old and now we are being told that the path to happiness lies in the latest product from the pharmacy. My generation was doomed when it started watching “Howdy Doody” and “Captain Kangaroo”, because we were used as tools to help corporate America and Wall Street make lots of money. Now the next generations are being used by Facebook and Twitter to sell the latest gadget and encouraged to use on-line chats as a substitute for having a real life. • • ddevil666 and 340 more liked this • Matt Wilemon 3 weeks ago in reply to Gary • It is not about religion, it is about corporatism. I like and agree with your post however. True there are many problems with American society as it continues to deteriorate but this is just another example of ruthless corporations willing to do anything to make a profit. No one cares about the long term effects as long as the short term profits are there. The fact that the American population is so heavily drugged probably has a lot to do with why we have such a weak and passive population that is too willing to accept increasingly worse and worse conditions and a smaller piece of the pie. You have to be on drugs to believe anything our “leaders” tells us. • • WilliamPatrickPond and 211 more liked this • Gary 3 weeks ago in reply to Gary • —> Rodd64 19 hours ago in reply to Gary “Not unremarkably, the history books of the United States do not reveal Puritan populations centers as wildly criminal, filled with angry, confused adults, primed and ready to kill, as they would if your assertions were true.” Oh? You don’t know your history very well. “The Salem witch trials occurred in colonial Massachusetts between 1692 and 1693. More than 200 people were accused of practicing witchcraft—the Devil’s magic—and 20 were executed. Eventually, the colony admitted the trials were a mistake and compensated the families of those convicted. Since then, the story of the trials has become synonymous with paranoia and injustice, and it continues to beguile the popular imagination more than 300 years later.” ~ From The Smithsonian. Nor do you have a grasp on the thread of Christian history, its history in the US, its hypocrisy, consistent violence and hate mongering while preaching peace and love. It in and of itself is a bi-polar religion producing lots of bi-polar people. • • Fred Flintsone and 126 more liked this • Gary 3 weeks ago in reply to Gary • —> Svetlana Vikkersen “Whatever, your classic discurse/rethoric is well known” “If you have an important point to make, don’t try to be subtle or clever. Use a pile driver. Hit the point once. Then come back and hit it again. Then hit it a third time – a tremendous whack.” ~ Winston Churchill The point? “Your archaic Judeo/Christian/Islamic dogma based on falsehoods is destroying the planet and everything on it.” Just because you are blind or brainwashed does not make me wrong. It makes you blind or brainwashed. • • SmokeyWest and 75 more liked this • Gary 2 weeks ago in reply to Gary • –> Ana Luiza The following is an actual question given on a University of Washington chemistry

NSA, Thomas Drake, Espionage, and Warrantless Mind Taps-Case Exposes Psychic Spy Connection

October 4, 2011

The New Yorker’s Damning Dissection of “Leak” Prosecution of Thomas Drake by Jesselyn Radackon May 16, 2011 ( The Whistleblogger / 2010 ) Former National Security Agency (NSA) official Thomas Drake faces trial under the Espionage Act for allegedly “retaining” classified information. Thankfully, The New Yorker has put this case under a miscroscope and revealed this criminalization of whistleblowing to be the government covering up for its own sins of secret domestic surveillance. The article details domestic datamining, former NSA director Michael Hayden projecting votes by the Supreme Court if it eventually weighed in on NSA lawbreaking, and NSA proclaiming itself to be the executive agent for the White House. It explains how NSA used the Trailblazer program, “a 1.2-billion flop,” as a funding vehicle, despite an inexpensibe, effective, legal alternative (Thin Thread) that could have picked up actionable intelligence such as 9/11 hijackers renting a hotel room miles from NSA’s headquarters. Six times government officials declined to comment on specifics, or anything at all. Tom Drake, who goes on trial June 13th, gave his first public interview on the case, explaining: This was a violation of everything I knew and believed as an American. We were making the Nixon Administration look like pikers. Although the government trots out the usual fear-mongering hyperbole that, This is not an issue of benign documents . . . when individuals [leak,] our soldier in the field gets harmed . . . The reality is that the Drake “leak” prosecution is over 5 documents, 2 of which appeared on the NSA intranet as unclassifed and 3 of which were lawfully turned over to the Department of Defense Inspector General in an investigation that validated Drake’s concerns about NSA gross waste, mismanagement, and illegalities. The documents were retroactively classified after Drake’s house was raided and at least one has since been declassified. As has been noted in pre-trial proceedings: There have never been two documents so benign that are the subject of this kind of prosecution against a client whose motives are as salutary as Tom’s. The Article chronicles how Drake, three other former NSA officials (Bill Binney, Kirk Wiebe, and Ed Loomis), and a former staffer on the House Intelligence Committee (Diane Roark) worked through proper internal channels to bring to light gross waste and mismangement at NSA and, worse, massive, unconsitutional, domestic surveillance. In September, 2002, [Binney], Wiebe, Loomis, and Roark filed what they thought was a confidential complaint with the Pentagon’s Inspector General, extolling the virtues of the original Thin Thread project and accusing the N.S.A. of wasting money on Trailblazer. Billions in wasted money was only the beginning, according to The New Yorker: When Binney heard the rumors, he was convinced that the new domestic-surveillance program employed components of Thin Thread: a bastardized version, stripped of privacy controls. “It was my brainchild,” he said. “But they removed the protections . . . When you remove that, you can target anyone.” Binney expressed terrible remorse over the way some of his algorithms were used after 9/11 . . . “I should apologize to the American people. It’s violated everyone’s rights. It can be used to eavesdrop on the whole world.”In the face of Roark telling him the NSA’s domestic surveillance was unconstituional, the article details that Hayden told her he could count on a majority of “the nine votes:” According to Roark’s notes, Hayden told her that such a vote might even be 7-2 in his favor. The hurbris and arrogance are stunning. The NSA Director claiming to have 7 Supreme Court justices in his pocket to support warrantless surveillance on Americans is a complete abdication of the oath Hayden took to protect and defend the Constitution against all enemies foreign and domestic. We may never know whether or not Hayden really did have the seven votes as the FISA Amendments Act of 2008 effectively shut down all lawsuits on this issue. The experts identify what the Drake prosecution is really about.-Steven Aftergood of Federation of American Scientists says: the case will “test whether intelligence officers can be convicted of violating the Espionage Act even if their intent is pure”-Law professor Jack Balkin agrees: We are witnessing the bipartisan normalization and legitimization of a national-surveillance state. Even neo-conservative secrecy advocate Gabe Schoenfeld, whose far-flung idea it was to use the Espionage Act to prosecute leakers calls Obama’s conduct “draconian:” Ironically, Obama has presided over the most draconian crackdown on leaks in our history-even more so than Nixon-Mort Halperin, whose phone was tapped by his old boss, Richard Nixon, sums it up best: If Drake is convicted, in means the Espionage Law is an Official Secrets Act. For those of you who recognize that Drake is not an enemy of the state, please sign the petition to demand oversight and stop his prosecution. You can also “like” the Save Tom Drake Facebook Page. Jesselyn Radack is Homeland Security & Human Rights Director for the Government Accountability Project, the nation’s leading whistleblower advocacy organization. This post originally appeared in her Daily Kos column. http://www.newyorker.com/reporting/2011/05/23/110523fa_fact_mayer#ixzz1MYq4ZAMr -5 Paranormal Activities: Thomas Drake NSA Whistleblower Espionage Case Exposes Psychic Spy Connection PsycheLeaks looks at the relationship between UK psychic Chris Robinson and indicted NSA whistleblower and former Senior Intelligence Official Thomas Drake. Other sources claim US National Security Agency inherited America’s STAR GATE psychic spy program from CIA. Is there a link? By GARY S BEKKUM, Futurist, STARstream Research Share | May 12, 2011 This page was last updated 05/12/2011 05:48:21 PM -0000 (STARpod.org / PsycheLeaks) — When UK-based ‘dream detective’ psychic spy Christopher Robinson saw the news, it probably came as no surprise. The man Robinson claims to have worked with in the United States for seven years, Thomas A. Drake, was revealed to be a Senior Intelligence Official with the National Security Agency. Drake is presently indicted under the espionage act. Robinson says he reported the use of planes as cruise missiles to an officer in London in 1999, and again in 2000 and 2001. Following the attacks on 9/11, Robinson claims to have been contacted by many representatives of US intelligence agencies, including, apparently, then NSA employee Thomas Drake. “I only know about Tom’s problems from the newspapers,” says Robinson, “We have not met since May 2008…he never told me what department he worked with — I don’t know who introduced me.” Robinson’s claim of knowing Drake was confirmed by independent sources and writers. Robinson referenced Drake on Twitter as “the man I worked with” and has posted at the “Save Tom Drake” Facebook page. Other sources have previously claimed that the NSA remains in the business of using psychics for intelligence collection. Declassified documents confirm the use of psychics by the American Intelligence Community since the 1960s. The most recent confirmed psychic spy program was run by the Defense Intelligence Agency from 1991 to 1995, under the nick-name STAR GATE. The Justice Department case against Drake leaves open the question of whether or not Drake’s involvement with Robinson was officially sanctioned. Several sources have identified John L. Petersen’s The Arlington Institute, a think-tank that once identified former Director of Central Intelligence James R. Woolsey as a board member, as a focal point for psychic researchers with ties to intelligence agencies. Laura Eisenhower Mahon, the great-granddaughter of President Eisenhower, also identified Mr. Petersen’s associates with recruitment into an alleged deep black paranormal program. Ms. Eisenhower Mahon claims to have paranormal powers, which were allegedly of interest to persons networked by Mr. Petersen. Some of the information provided to Ms. Eisenhower Mahon, and her associate Ivy Linn, may have been intended to provide a smoke-screen cover story for real-world operations. In 2010, Drake was indicted on multiple counts for his activities as a whistleblower. According to the indictment, Drake worked as a contractor for NSA from 1991 until late August 2001, when Drake was hired as an employee of the agency. The same month Drake moved to the Signals Intelligence Directorate at NSA in Fort Meade, Maryland, Robinson came to the US to work with Dr. Gary E. R. Schwartz at the University of Arizona, to study his alleged ability to ‘know the future’ from dreams of impending terror attacks. According to Schwartz and Robinson, US authorities were notified about Robinson’s on-going dreams of aircraft striking tall buildings, just prior to the 9/11 attacks. Robinson claims to have been contacted by an American Colonel immediately following the strike against the twin towers of the World Trade Center. As a senior NSA official, Drake held a TOP SECRET clearance and had access to NSA facilities, classified computer systems, and other information. In 2007, sources to investigative author Gus Russo and later to STARpod.org alleged that the NSA ‘psychic spy’ program remains on-going and is heavily compartmentalized inside the agency’s SIGINT (Signals Intelligence) Directorate. According to sources the paranormal activity conducted by NSA is considered a valid form of signals intelligence, suggesting the agency may have discovered a scientific basis for ‘mind to mind’ communication. Discovery of a signal transmission channel eluded previous efforts funded by CIA and DIA. According to the espionage indictment, Drake had access to classified NSA SIGINT programs. [Mind control CIA term Jacketing one against the other as they transmit us.] Robinson states that Drake never identified his NSA employer, and was never a source concerning any NSA-related paranormal research programs. The espionage indictment against Drake alleges that Drake illegally retained classified information and provided information about wasteful NSA spending to “Reporter A” — identified elsewhere as Siobhan Gorman formerly of The Baltimore Sun — in secret meetings arranged over the Internet. According to the indictment, Drake used Hushmail, an email service that securely encrypts messages. Drake, using an alias, emailed “Reporter A” that “someone we both knew referred me to you.” In the message, Drake offered to “disclose information about NSA,” with the condition that “Reporter A” create a Hushmail account as a secure communication line. A similar message was received by STARstream Research in late 2006, following publication of several articles exposing Dr. Ron Pandolfi, a former CIA analyst then with the Office of the Director of National Intelligence, and his associate, Dr. Christopher Kit Green, a former senior CIA forensic analyst known for solving the Markov umbrella gun assassination in the 1970s. Pandolfi leaked a series of emails discussing Richard C. Doty, a former Air Force Office of Special Investigations officer with an interest in UFO phenomena. In the emails, Green and Pandolfi also reference several senior intelligence officials in connection with a ‘core story’ of paranormal contact with otherworldly beings. [They are the Aliens and Terrorists.] In the Hushmail message received by STARstream Research, and recently posted on-line by PsycheLeaks, an offer is made to arrange for a clandestine meeting concerning “Mr. Axelrod,” an alias used for the head of a secret 1970s black-operation in an out-of-print book by Ingo Swann, a psychic who worked with the CIA and DIA. The message, signed by “someone you know,” notes that “the degree to which you can keep this contact and what is being discussed private and to yourself will decide how much I will tell you.” In the 1970s — this based upon declassified government documents — CIA debated how to best approach psychic Uri Geller. The methods under consideration included misrepresenting CIA operatives as officials from other government organizations. Later, when CIA ended funding of psychic research, the US Navy offered to act as a cut-out for CIA to continue the research, with the understanding that any negative publicity would be absorbed by the Navy, allowing CIA to continue their clandestine interest in the paranormal. The indictment against Drake, who allegedly acted independently to expose NSA waste, claims that Drake exchanged hundreds of emails with “Reporter A” over Hushmail, later meeting face-to-face at least six times in various locations in the Washington D.C. area. In addition, the indictment alleges that Drake elicited information from unwitting NSA employees and provided direct support for articles. Presently, there is no information to directly connect Drake to the alleged NSA paranormal program. [See LEADING Psychiatrist Dr Bowart Blew the Whistle on OPERATION mind control for 50 yrs + False MEMORY Syndrome and planting mind taps manipulations Articles from NSA on civility with Dept of Education NAVY/YALE DoD Secret Society… JFK… and Funding continues as with MKULTRA] For more about the government’s paranormal efforts, see SPIES LIES and POLYGRAPH TAPE — Knowing the Future: The UFO Spy Games Book. For more information, please visit STARpod.org. Copyright (c) 2011 by STARstream Research / STARpod.org — All rights reserved. Thursday, May 26, 2011 9:34:39 AM Home | Shop | Send Us Info | Subscribe | Advertise | Help | NSA, Thomas Drake, Espionage, and Warrantless Mind Taps Gary S. Bekkum May 25, 2011 Is the American Intelligence Community still in the psychic espionage business? And why has NSA whistle-blower Thomas Drake been charged with espionage? STARpod.org) — I watched the CBS 60 Minutes story about NSA whistleblowers and the espionage case against former NSA official Thomas Drake with great interest. 60 Minutes asked a whistle-blower expert, Attorney Jesselyn Radack, why Drake would be charged under the Espionage Act for taking home — but not disclosing — classified information. “That’s a very good question,” answered Radack, “The Espionage Act was a World War One law, passed in 1917, meant to go after spies, not whistle-blowers.” When asked if there was any evidence that Drake sought to harm the United States, Radack replied, “None, whatsoever.” My sources had already confirmed that Drake, who had held very high level positions in the Signals Intelligence Directorate at NSA, knew a psychic named Chris Robinson. And Robinson claimed to have worked with Drake to explore his psychic spying skills for seven years. I also knew, based upon thousands of pages of declassified government documents — covering a period from the 1960s to the mid-1990s — that the entire US intelligence community had been enthralled with the use of psychic intelligence. The files proved that government interest in the use of the paranormal had extended all the way to the Joint Chiefs, where Drake had, as a Naval officer, analyzed intelligence for the Pentagon. I had files on proposed covert psychic intelligence programs, lists of names and research facilities, once classified scientific reports from top defense contractors, thousands of pages blackened by redactions of sensitive information — but one question lingered in my mind: Was the post-9/11 US intelligence community back in the business of using psychic intelligence? Author Jon Ronson seemed to think so, but his book — The Men Who State at Goats — seemed at best a superficial, if immensely entertaining investigation. I had obtained CIA’s STAR GATE files — roughly 89,000 pages of government documentation — and had managed to network with various researchers and government officials and consultants who were familiar with the old programs. One of my contacts, the author Gus Russo, provided us with a source on NSA use of psychic intelligence. Russo’s source confirmed that NSA had not only been in the psychic spying business, they had continued their research program following 9/11. Russo’s source told us the program was covert and compartmentalized — a so-called Special Access Program — deep inside NSA Signals Intelligence. Why would Signals Intelligence be interested in something as esoteric and disreputable as paranormal intelligence collection? One reason might be the discovery of a signal carrier acting at the biological level deep inside the human mind. I knew that foreign researchers had been looking into the new field of quantum biology for communication. A human being, and human consciousness in particular, can be modeled as a kind of ‘black-box’ where unknown processes take place. One of my contacts, a Chinese researcher based in Beijing, had proposed an experiment to see if a human observer was capable of quantum perception: the ability to perceive two possible outcomes simultaneously. CIA files confirmed that the US intelligence community was not only aware of foreign activity looking to adapt paranormal phenomena for intelligence purposes, but intended to continue to monitor the situation for developments. In addition, Congress had pushed for open cooperation between American and foreign researchers in paranormal and alternative science — and by the time CIA closed the officially acknowledged psychic program called STAR GATE, most of the discussion had moved onto the Internet. About the same time, alternative researchers received a boost from a notable mathematical physicist from Oxford, Sir Roger Penrose, in a series of books where he suggested quantum effects in the brain might explain the mystery of human perception. It appeared that the field was heating up just as the intelligence community was officially winding down their interest. Were some of the spooks covertly networking with the on-line research community? And why had Thomas Drake, then a senior official at NSA, been working with UK psychic Chris Robinson, who claimed to have been tasked to locate Saddam Hussein in Iraq, and to find nuclear sites in Iran? Was NSA in the business of warrantless mind taps? An offer I received to go down the rabbit hole added to mystery. Why was my contributing source, a British citizen named Caryn Anscomb, suddenly accused of working with MI6, the British Secret Intelligence Service? Was this merely to prevent her from meeting former intelligence persons, who had now seemingly been warned off, or was there more to the story? And another mystery would eventually emerge: Why was Laura Bradshaw Eisenhower Mahon, the great-granddaughter of President Dwight D. Eisenhower, claiming she had been approached with an offer to join a secret deep-black group tied to former psychic spies and their intelligence handlers? VIEW REPORT: ON REMOTE VIEWING THE SECRET SUGAR GROVE WEST VIRGINIA NATIONAL SECURITY AGENCY FACILITY FOR THE CIA For more about American Intelligence and paranormal activity, see Spies, Lies, and Polygraph Tape — Knowing the Future: The UFO Spy Games. To read about the book, click here. Gary S. Bekkum Gary S. Bekkum is an independent occasional rogue journalist, author, and researcher of material that blurs the distinction between fiction and reality. He is the author of Spies, Lies, and Polygraph Tape — Knowing the Future: The UFO Spy Games Book. 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Karl Rove, Bankster Bailer » If Only They Had Listened to Thomas Drake, They Might Have Prevented CableGate By: emptywheel Thursday May 19, 2011 5:54 pm Tweet36 I’m in the process of reading all the Siobhan Gorman stories for which Thomas Drake might have served as an anonymous source. And one of the ten or so articles for which he’s a possible source exposes the NSA’s failure on an issue at the heart of Bradley Manning’s ability to allegedly leak three major databases to WikiLeaks: adequate user authentication on the network. The Drake indictment claims that Thomas Drake served as a source for “many” of the Siobhan Gorman articles she wrote about NSA between February 27, 2006 and November 28, 2007. Thereafter, between on or about February 27, 2006 and on or about November 28, 2007, Reporter A published a series of newspaper articles about NSA, including articles that contained SIGINT information. Defendant DRAKE served as a source for many of these newspaper articles, including articles that contained SIGINT information. One of her articles from that period, published July 2, 2006, describes how the delay in implementing a new encryption management system for NSA and DOD computers exposed those networks to hackers. A National Security Agency program to protect secrets at the Defense Department and intelligence and other agencies is seven years behind schedule, triggering concerns that the data will be increasingly vulnerable to theft, according to intelligence officials and unclassified internal NSA documents obtained by The Sun. [snip] Encryption, which is an electronic lock, is among the most important of security tools, scrambling sensitive information so that it can ride securely in communications over the Internet or phone lines, and requiring a key to decipher. Powerful encryption is necessary for protecting information that is beamed from soldiers on the battlefield or that guards data in computers at the NSA’s Fort Meade headquarters. One of the three big things DOD claims it is doing to respond to WikiLeaks is to introduce smart cards for user credentials on SIPRNet. DoD has begun to issue a Public Key Infrastructure (PKI)-based identity credential on a hardened smart card. This is very similar to the Common Access Card (CAC) we use on our unclassified network. We will complete issuing 500,000 cards to our SIPRNet users, along with card readers and software, by the end of 2012. This will provide very strong identification of the person accessing the network and requesting data. It will both deter bad behavior and require absolute identification of who is accessing data and managing that access. In conjunction with this, all DoD organizations will configure their SIPRNet-based systems to use the PKI credentials to strongly authenticate end-users who are accessing information in the system. This provides the link between end users and the specific data they can access – not just network access. This should, based on our experience on the unclassified networks, be straightforward. Which is precisely the kind of challenge one of Gorman’s named sources in the article addresses. And as the demand grows for “smart” identification cards with computer chips that verify the card holder’s identity, so does the need for sophisticated ways to manage who is being assigned cards, so that the cards do not end up in the wrong hands, said Stephen Kent, a chief scientist at BBN Technologies who has chaired government panels on information security. Now, we have no way of knowing whether Drake was one of the 18 sources Gorman used for the article. But a number of her sources seem to compare this clusterfuck with that of Trailblazer–the program Drake and others submitted an Inspector General’s complaint on. Like other major NSA efforts – such as the failed Trailblazer program to rapidly sift out threat information, and the troubled Groundbreaker program aimed at upgrading the agency’s computer networks – an ever-changing game plan has caused many of the project’s problems, current and former senior intelligence officials said. Following that passage, Gorman cites a “former senior intelligence official”–the description (the indictment alleges) Drake asked Gorman to use when she cited him. One former senior intelligence official said that the NSA had unrealistic expectations from the start and repeatedly opted for delays to try to perfect the program. That left the government with aging security protections in the quest for security nirvana, the official said. “NSA often will say, `Well, this is not totally secure, so you can’t use it,’ when the only alternative is nothing,” the former official said. “My worry is this push for perfect security is the enemy of good security. And managing the implementation of a new key system sure sounds like something that the “Senior Change Leader” of NSA might be involved with. Interestingly, the initial deadlines predicted in Gorman’s article–2012–seem to roughly match the deadlines DOD now gives for its smart cards (as well as the insider threat detection, the deadline for which Obama is trying to push back further, though that may be a different issue). Again, all that’s not proof that Thomas Drake was warning in 2006 that if NSA didn’t fix its management problems, something like CableGate would happen (as well as the widespread hacking we know to be happening). But 18 people were warning of it back in 2006. Which is, I guess, DOJ feels the need to prosecute whistleblowers, to cover up embarrassing lapses like this. 5 Comments Tags: Bradley Manning, Thomas Drake Related Posts • Did Thomas Drake Include Privacy Concerns in His Complaints to DOD’s Inspector General? 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Upcoming Events for FDL Members Glenn Greenwald: US Pursuit of Continuous War Date and Time TBA Help FDL plan for the future. Trailblazer loses its way NSA modernization effort suffers cost overruns, delays • By Alice Lipowicz Sep 10, 2005 Anatomy of a troubled project National Security Agency Trailblazer Contractors: • Conquest Inc., Annapolis Junction, Md.; two contracts worth $197 million for systems engineering • Science Applications International Corp.; $280 million contract for a “technology demonstration platform.” Teammates include Northrop Grumman Corp., Booz Allen Hamilton Inc., the Boeing Co., Computer Sciences Corp., and former SAIC subsidiary Telcordia Technologies Inc. Public value: $477 million Value of classified work: Estimates range into several billion dollars Problems: • Several hundred million dollars over budget • Significantly behind schedule • IT challenges • Unclear focus One of the priorities for newly installed National Security Agency Director Lt. Gen. Keith Alexander likely will be to bring under control the huge cost overruns and long delays in the agency’s Trailblazer IT modernization initiative. The five-year-old Trailblazer is the agency’s premiere effort to update its communications surveillance and eavesdropping infrastructure to better handle global technologies, including the Internet, cell phones, pagers and fiber optics. Since the terrorist attacks of Sept. 11, Trailblazer has been viewed as critical and an urgent priority for intercepting terrorist messages around the world. With more than $477 million in contracts announced thus far — and a classified overall price tag in the billions — Trailblazer has racked up hundreds of millions of dollars in extra costs and is months behind schedule with no abatement in sight. Salvaging and refocusing Trailblazer to get it back on track is a must to make the program effective and to prevent an IT boondoggle, agency observers said. “Gen. Alexander will have to clean up the mess,” said Matthew Aid, a former NSA employee and a writer on national security issues. “We need to know if the money is being properly spent.” “Overall, most people think [Trailblazer is] a disappointment,” said James Bamford, a national security author. However, the agency has no alternative but to move forward with Trailblazer because it is so central to the agency’s mission, he said. “If you kill Trailblazer, you might as well kill NSA,” Bamford said. “Gen. Alexander has no choice but to find a way to make it work.” • Infrastructure and people are critical to growth and independence10/02/2008 • Verizon gets D.C. deal02/08/2008 • Satellite firms make a comeback08/06/2008 • Harris sells radios to Latvian military11/08/2007 AT&T gets CDC managed telecom deal 05/29/2007 Alexander declined requests for an interview, and an SAIC spokesman referred all questions to NSA. A ROLL DOWNHILL Industry experts don’t believe the situation with Trailblazer has changed much since April. “If anything, things have gotten worse,” Aid said. He said he faults NSA, the contractors and Congress for the shortcomings in the program thus far. “NSA is guilty of buying a bill of goods from contractors without checking to see if it is feasible. The contractors are guilty of promising the moon and not delivering,” Aid said. “And Congress is guilty for failing to oversee it from beginning to end.” The problems with Trailblazer have been compounded by difficulties with another NSA program, Groundbreaker, a $2 billion effort to modernize and outsource the agency’s electronics infrastructure, including computers, software and networks. A CSC-led team in 2001 won the Groundbreaker contract. As part of the contract, about 1,000 NSA employees became employees of CSC or one of its teammates. Groundbreaker and Trailblazer were supposed to work together, but both are believed to be behind schedule and over budget, Aid said. “You cannot do one without the other,” he said. Hayden, in his testimony in April, acknowledged that NSA initially had mishandled the Trailblazer contract. “We learned within Trailblazer that when we asked industry for something they had or something close to what they already had, they were remarkable in providing us a response, an outcome,” Hayden told the committee. “When we asked them for something that no one had yet invented, they weren’t any better at inventing it than we were in doing it ourselves.” Complicating the picture is an apparent lack of focus as to what Trailblazer’s top priority should be, Bamford said. The threat from Third World terrorists, which has grabbed the headlines since Sept. 11, has fostered an emphasis on the ability to intercept cell phone, Internet and pay phone conversations in remote locations. But the greatest threat of weapons of mass destruction in the coming decades is probably from governments such as North Korea and Iran, which use more sophisticated means of communication, Bamford said. “Terrorism is just one element, and it’s not necessarily the most dangerous,” he said. Staff Writer Alice Lipowicz can be reached at alipowicz@postnewsweektech.com. BETTER TECHNOLOGY Launched in 2000 by former NSA Director Gen. Michael Hayden, who recently became deputy to National Intelligence Director John Negroponte, Trailblazer’s aim is to replace the agency’s Cold War technologies for collecting intelligence, geared mostly to intercepting Soviet radio messages, with modern global IT that can handle surveillance of cell phones, e-mail, fiber-optic telephones and other modern communication technologies. Trailblazer not only collects but also aids in analyzing the information. “Every time a Soviet plane took off, NSA knew about it. It was pretty easy to track,” Bamford said. “Now they have to track people who use cell phones, pay phones and calling cards … You have to be a bit optimistic to think it will work.” In 2001 and 2002, NSA awarded two contracts worth a combined $197 million to Conquest Inc. of Annapolis Junction, Md., for systems engineering for Trailblazer. In 2002, a team led by Science Applications International Corp. of San Diego won a 26-month, $280 million contract for a “technology demonstration platform” for Trailblazer. The demonstration platform is “a risk-reduction activity,” an NSA spokesperson said in 2002. The technology demonstration platform “will play a critical role for the agency in understanding and managing risk associated with large-scale integration and the acquisition of a complete, integrated” signals intelligence capability, the spokesperson said. Others on SAIC’s team include Boeing Co., Booz Allen Hamilton Inc.,Computer Sciences Corp., Northrop Grumman Corp. and former SAIC subsidiary Telcordia Technologies Inc. of Piscataway, N.J. But the IT program, most of which is classified, has become mired in difficulties. Last year, a joint congressional committee inquiry into the Sept. 11 attacks said Trailblazer is viewed as the solution to many of NSA’s challenges, “but the implementation of those solutions is three to five years away, and confusion still exists at NSA as to what will actually be provided by that program.” In April, Hayden testified to the Senate Intelligence Committee that Trailblazer was racking up extra costs and dropping behind schedule. “The costs were greater than anticipated to the tune of, I would say, hundreds of millions,” Hayden said. “The slippages were actually more dramatic than the costs. As we slipped, the costs were pushed to the right.” Alexander, who was confirmed by the Senate July 29, has not yet commented publicly on Trailblazer. NSA sources said Trailblazer is being restructured, but details are not available. Skip to content Subscribe to The New Yorker The Secret Sharer Is Thomas Drake an enemy of the state? by Jane Mayer May 23, 2011 Drake, a former senior executive at the National Security Agency, faces some of the gravest charges that can be brought against an American citizen. Photograph by Martin Schoeller. Thomas Drake; National Security Agency (N.S.A.); Espionage Act; Indictments; Leaks; Whistle-blowers; Classified Documents On June 13th, a fifty-four-year-old former government employee named Thomas Drake is scheduled to appear in a courtroom in Baltimore, where he will face some of the gravest charges that can be brought against an American citizen. A former senior executive at the National Security Agency, the government’s electronic-espionage service, he is accused, in essence, of being an enemy of the state. According to a ten-count indictment delivered against him in April, 2010, Drake violated the Espionage Act—the 1917 statute that was used to convict Aldrich Ames, the C.I.A. officer who, in the eighties and nineties, sold U.S. intelligence to the K.G.B., enabling the Kremlin to assassinate informants. In 2007, the indictment says, Drake willfully retained top-secret defense documents that he had sworn an oath to protect, sneaking them out of the intelligence agency’s headquarters, at Fort Meade, Maryland, and taking them home, for the purpose of “unauthorized disclosure.” The aim of this scheme, the indictment says, was to leak government secrets to an unnamed newspaper reporter, who is identifiable as Siobhan Gorman, of the Baltimore Sun. Gorman wrote a prize-winning series of articles for the Sun about financial waste, bureaucratic dysfunction, and dubious legal practices in N.S.A. counterterrorism programs. Drake is also charged with obstructing justice and lying to federal law-enforcement agents. If he is convicted on all counts, he could receive a prison term of thirty-five years. The government argues that Drake recklessly endangered the lives of American servicemen. “This is not an issue of benign documents,” William M. Welch II, the senior litigation counsel who is prosecuting the case, argued at a hearing in March, 2010. The N.S.A., he went on, collects “intelligence for the soldier in the field. So when individuals go out and they harm that ability, our intelligence goes dark and our soldier in the field gets harmed.” Top officials at the Justice Department describe such leak prosecutions as almost obligatory. Lanny Breuer, the Assistant Attorney General who supervises the department’s criminal division, told me, “You don’t get to break the law and disclose classified information just because you want to.” He added, “Politics should play no role in it whatsoever.” When President Barack Obama took office, in 2009, he championed the cause of government transparency, and spoke admiringly of whistle-blowers, whom he described as “often the best source of information about waste, fraud, and abuse in government.” But the Obama Administration has pursued leak prosecutions with a surprising relentlessness. Including the Drake case, it has been using the Espionage Act to press criminal charges in five alleged instances of national-security leaks—more such prosecutions than have occurred in all previous Administrations combined. The Drake case is one of two that Obama’s Justice Department has carried over from the Bush years. [It is not the President but the Sorcerer Manipulations for Decades upon us; grooming and molding our children.] Gabriel Schoenfeld, a conservative political scientist at the Hudson Institute, who, in his book “Necessary Secrets” (2010), argues for more stringent protection of classified information, says, “Ironically, Obama has presided over the most draconian crackdown on leaks in our history—even more so than Nixon.” • from the issue • cartoon bank • e-mail this One afternoon in January, Drake met with me, giving his first public interview about this case. He is tall, with thinning sandy hair framing a domed forehead, and he has the erect bearing of a member of the Air Force, where he served before joining the N.S.A., in 2001. Obsessive, dramatic, and emotional, he has an unwavering belief in his own rectitude. Sitting at a Formica table at the Tastee Diner, in Bethesda, Drake—who is a registered Republican—groaned and thrust his head into his hands. “I actually had hopes for Obama,” he said. He had not only expected the President to roll back the prosecutions launched by the Bush Administration; he had thought that Bush Administration officials would be investigated for overstepping the law in the “war on terror.” “But power is incredibly destructive,” Drake said. “It’s a weird, pathological thing. I also think the intelligence community coöpted Obama, because he’s rather naïve about national security. He’s accepted the fear and secrecy. We’re in a scary space in this country.” The Justice Department’s indictment narrows the frame around Drake’s actions, focussing almost exclusively on his handling of what it claims are five classified documents. But Drake sees his story as a larger tale of political reprisal, one that he fears the government will never allow him to air fully in court. “I’m a target,” he said. “I’ve got a bull’s-eye on my back.” He continued, “I did not tell secrets. I am facing prison for having raised an alarm, period. I went to a reporter with a few key things: fraud, waste, and abuse, and the fact that there were legal alternatives to the Bush Administration’s ‘dark side’ ”—in particular, warrantless domestic spying by the N.S.A. The indictment portrays him not as a hero but as a treacherous man who violated “the government trust.” Drake said of the prosecutors, “They can say what they want. But the F.B.I. can find something on anyone.” Steven Aftergood, the director of the Project on Government Secrecy at the Federation of American Scientists, says of the Drake case, “The government wants this to be about unlawfully retained information. The defense, meanwhile, is painting a picture of a public-interested whistle-blower who struggled to bring attention to what he saw as multibillion-dollar mismanagement.” Because Drake is not a spy, Aftergood says, the case will “test whether intelligence officers can be convicted of violating the Espionage Act even if their intent is pure.” He believes that the trial may also test whether the nation’s expanding secret intelligence bureaucracy is beyond meaningful accountability. “It’s a much larger debate than whether a piece of paper was at a certain place at a certain time,” he says. Jack Balkin, a liberal law professor at Yale, agrees that the increase in leak prosecutions is part of a larger transformation. “We are witnessing the bipartisan normalization and legitimization of a national-surveillance state,” he says. In his view, zealous leak prosecutions are consonant with other political shifts since 9/11: the emergence of a vast new security bureaucracy, in which at least two and a half million people hold confidential, secret, or top-secret clearances; huge expenditures on electronic monitoring, along with a reinterpretation of the law in order to sanction it; and corporate partnerships with the government that have transformed the counterterrorism industry into a powerful lobbying force. Obama, Balkin says, has “systematically adopted policies consistent with the second term of the Bush Administration.” [Shadow 2nd Level CIA guiding and manipulating unwittingly “We the People” FOIA 1973 offshoot] On March 28th, Obama held a meeting in the White House with five advocates for greater transparency in government. During the discussion, the President drew a sharp distinction between whistle-blowers who exclusively reveal wrongdoing and those who jeopardize national security. The importance of maintaining secrecy about the impending raid on Osama bin Laden’s compound was likely on Obama’s mind. The White House has been particularly bedevilled by the ongoing release of classified documents by WikiLeaks, the group led by Julian Assange. Last year, WikiLeaks began releasing a vast trove of sensitive government documents allegedly leaked by a U.S. soldier, Bradley Manning; the documents included references to a courier for bin Laden who had moved his family to Abbottabad—the town where bin Laden was hiding out. Manning has been charged with “aiding the enemy.” Danielle Brian, the executive director of the Project on Government Oversight, attended the meeting, and said that Obama’s tone was generally supportive of transparency. But when the subject of national-security leaks came up, Brian said, “the President shifted in his seat and leaned forward. He said this may be where we have some differences. He said he doesn’t want to protect the people who leak to the media war plans that could impact the troops.” Though Brian was impressed with Obama’s over-all stance on transparency, she felt that he might be misinformed about some of the current leak cases. She warned Obama that prosecuting whistle-blowers would undermine his legacy. Brian had been told by the White House to avoid any “ask”s on specific issues, but she told the President that, according to his own logic, Drake was exactly the kind of whistle-blower who deserved protection. As Drake tells it, his problems began on September 11, 2001. “The next seven weeks were crucial,” he said. “It’s foundational to why I am a criminal defendant today.” The morning that Al Qaeda attacked the U.S. was, coincidentally, Drake’s first full day of work as a civilian employee at the N.S.A.—an agency that James Bamford, the author of “The Shadow Factory” (2008), calls “the largest, most costly, and most technologically sophisticated spy organization the world has ever known.” Drake, a linguist and a computer expert with a background in military crypto-electronics, had worked for twelve years as an outside contractor at the N.S.A. Under a program code-named Jackpot, he focussed on finding and fixing weaknesses in the agency’s software programs. But, after going through interviews and background checks, he began working full time for Maureen Baginski, the chief of the Signals Intelligence Directorate at the N.S.A., and the agency’s third-highest-ranking official. Even in an age in which computerized feats are commonplace, the N.S.A.’s capabilities are breathtaking. The agency reportedly has the capacity to intercept and download, every six hours, electronic communications equivalent to the contents of the Library of Congress. Three times the size of the C.I.A., and with a third of the U.S.’s entire intelligence budget, the N.S.A. has a five-thousand-acre campus at Fort Meade protected by iris scanners and facial-recognition devices. The electric bill there is said to surpass seventy million dollars a year. Nevertheless, when Drake took up his post the agency was undergoing an identity crisis. With the Cold War over, the agency’s mission was no longer clear. As Drake puts it, “Without the Soviet Union, it didn’t know what to do.” Moreover, its technology had failed to keep pace with the shift in communications to cellular phones, fibre-optic cable, and the Internet. Two assessments commissioned by General Michael Hayden, who took over the agency in 1999, had drawn devastating conclusions. One described the N.S.A. as “an agency mired in bureaucratic conflict” and “suffering from poor leadership.” In January, 2000, the agency’s computer system crashed for three and a half days, causing a virtual intelligence blackout. Agency leaders decided to “stir up the gene pool,” Drake says. Although his hiring was meant to signal fresh thinking, he was given a clumsy bureaucratic title: Senior Change Leader/Chief, Change Leadership & Communications Office, Signals Intelligence Directorate. The 9/11 attacks caught the U.S.’s national-security apparatus by surprise. N.S.A. officials were humiliated to learn that the Al Qaeda hijackers had spent their final days, undetected, in a motel in Laurel, Maryland—a few miles outside the N.S.A.’s fortified gates. They had bought a folding knife at a Target on Fort Meade Road. Only after the attacks did agency officials notice that, on September 10th, their surveillance systems had intercepted conversations in Afghanistan and Saudi Arabia warning that “the match begins tomorrow” and “tomorrow is Zero Hour.” [There are no coinsidences-Russell Tice Article!] Drake, hoping to help fight back against Al Qaeda, immediately thought of a tantalizing secret project he had come across while working on Jackpot. Code-named ThinThread, it had been developed by technological wizards in a kind of Skunk Works on the N.S.A. campus. Formally, the project was supervised by the agency’s Signals Intelligence Automation Research Center, or SARC. While most of the N.S.A. was reeling on September 11th, inside SARC the horror unfolded “almost like an ‘I-told-you-so’ moment,” according to J. Kirk Wiebe, an intelligence analyst who worked there. “We knew we weren’t keeping up.” SARC was led by a crypto-mathematician named Bill Binney, whom Wiebe describes as “one of the best analysts in history.” Binney and a team of some twenty others believed that they had pinpointed the N.S.A.’s biggest problem—data overload—and then solved it. But the agency’s management hadn’t agreed. Binney, who is six feet three, is a bespectacled sixty-seven-year-old man with wisps of dark hair; he has the quiet, tense air of a preoccupied intellectual. Now retired and suffering gravely from diabetes, which has already claimed his left leg, he agreed recently to speak publicly for the first time about the Drake case. When we met, at a restaurant near N.S.A. headquarters, he leaned crutches against an extra chair. “This is too serious not to talk about,” he said. Binney expressed terrible remorse over the way some of his algorithms were used after 9/11. ThinThread, the “little program” that he invented to track enemies outside the U.S., “got twisted,” and was used for both foreign and domestic spying: “I should apologize to the American people. It’s violated everyone’s rights. It can be used to eavesdrop on the whole world.” According to Binney, Drake took his side against the N.S.A.’s management and, as a result, became a political target within the agency. Binney spent most of his career at the agency. In 1997, he became the technical director of the World Geopolitical and Military Analysis Reporting Group, a division of six thousand employees which focusses on analyzing signals intelligence. By the late nineties, the N.S.A. had become overwhelmed by the amount of digital data it was collecting. Binney and his team began developing codes aimed at streamlining the process, allowing the agency to isolate useful intelligence. This was the beginning of ThinThread. In the late nineties, Binney estimated that there were some two and a half billion phones in the world and one and a half billion I.P. addresses. Approximately twenty terabytes of unique information passed around the world every minute. Binney started assembling a system that could trap and map all of it. “I wanted to graph the world,” Binney said. “People said, ‘You can’t do this—the possibilities are infinite.’ ” But he argued that “at any given point in time the number of atoms in the universe is big, but it’s finite.” As Binney imagined it, ThinThread would correlate data from financial transactions, travel records, Web searches, G.P.S. equipment, and any other “attributes” that an analyst might find useful in pinpointing “the bad guys.” By 2000, Binney, using fibre optics, had set up a computer network that could chart relationships among people in real time. It also turned the N.S.A.’s data-collection paradigm upside down. Instead of vacuuming up information around the world and then sending it all back to headquarters for analysis, ThinThread processed information as it was collected—discarding useless information on the spot and avoiding the overload problem that plagued centralized systems. Binney says, “The beauty of it is that it was open-ended, so it could keep expanding.” Pilot tests of ThinThread proved almost too successful, according to a former intelligence expert who analyzed it. “It was nearly perfect,” the official says. “But it processed such a large amount of data that it picked up more Americans than the other systems.” Though ThinThread was intended to intercept foreign communications, it continued documenting signals when a trail crossed into the U.S. This was a big problem: federal law forbade the monitoring of domestic communications without a court warrant. And a warrant couldn’t be issued without probable cause and a known suspect. In order to comply with the law, Binney installed privacy controls and added an “anonymizing feature,” so that all American communications would be encrypted until a warrant was issued. The system would indicate when a pattern looked suspicious enough to justify a warrant. But this was before 9/11, and the N.S.A.’s lawyers deemed ThinThread too invasive of Americans’ privacy. In addition, concerns were raised about whether the system would function on a huge scale, although preliminary tests had suggested that it would. In the fall of 2000, Hayden decided not to use ThinThread, largely because of his legal advisers’ concerns. Instead, he funded a rival approach, called Trailblazer, and he turned to private defense contractors to build it. Matthew Aid, the author of a heralded 2009 history of the agency, “The Secret Sentry,” says, “The resistance to ThinThread was just standard bureaucratic politics. ThinThread was small, cost-effective, easy to understand, and protected the identity of Americans. But it wasn’t what the higher-ups wanted. They wanted a big machine that could make Martinis, too.” The N.S.A.’s failure to stop the 9/11 plot infuriated Binney: he believed that ThinThread had been ready to deploy nine months earlier. Working with N.S.A. counterterrorism experts, he had planned to set up his system at sites where foreign terrorism was prevalent, including Afghanistan and Pakistan. “Those bits of conversations they found too late?” Binney said. “That would have never happened. I had it managed in a way that would send out automatic alerts. It would have been, Bang!” Meanwhile, there was nothing to show for Trailblazer, other than mounting bills. As the system stalled at the level of schematic drawings, top executives kept shuttling between jobs at the agency and jobs with the high-paying contractors. For a time, both Hayden’s deputy director and his chief of signals-intelligence programs worked at SAIC, a company that won several hundred million dollars in Trailblazer contracts. In 2006, Trailblazer was abandoned as a $1.2-billion flop. [SAIC=CIA Spacestar…] Soon after 9/11, Drake says, he prepared a short, classified summary explaining how ThinThread “could be put into the fight,” and gave it to Baginski, his boss. But he says that she “wouldn’t respond electronically. She just wrote in a black felt marker, ‘They’ve found a different solution.’ ” When he asked her what it was, she responded, “I can’t tell you.” Baginski, who now works for a private defense contractor, recalls her interactions with Drake differently, but she declined to comment specifically. In the weeks after the attacks, rumors began circulating inside the N.S.A. that the agency, with the approval of the Bush White House, was violating the Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Act—the 1978 law, known as FISA, that bars domestic surveillance without a warrant. Years later, the rumors were proved correct. In nearly total secrecy, and under pressure from the White House, Hayden sanctioned warrantless domestic surveillance. The new policy, which lawyers in the Justice Department justified by citing President Bush’s executive authority as Commander-in-Chief, contravened a century of constitutional case law. Yet, on October 4, 2001, Bush authorized the policy, and it became operational by October 6th. Bamford, in “The Shadow Factory,” suggests that Hayden, having been overcautious about privacy before 9/11, swung to the opposite extreme after the attacks. Hayden, who now works for a security-consulting firm, declined to respond to detailed questions about the surveillance program. [SEE RUMORS WERE UNTRUE until the telling of them… TIM Geitner and BEAR STEARNS FRAMED] When Binney heard the rumors, he was convinced that the new domestic-surveillance program employed components of ThinThread: a bastardized version, stripped of privacy controls. “It was my brainchild,” he said. “But they removed the protections, the anonymization process. When you remove that, you can target anyone.” He said that although he was not “read in” to the new secret surveillance program, “my people were brought in, and they told me, ‘Can you believe they’re doing this? They’re getting billing records on U.S. citizens! They’re putting pen registers’ ”—logs of dialled phone numbers—“ ‘on everyone in the country!’ ” Drake recalled that, after the October 4th directive, “strange things were happening. Equipment was being moved. People were coming to me and saying, ‘We’re now targeting our own country!’ ” Drake says that N.S.A. officials who helped the agency obtain FISA warrants were suddenly reassigned, a tipoff that the conventional process was being circumvented. He added, “I was concerned that it was illegal, and none of it was necessary.” In his view, domestic data mining “could have been done legally” if the N.S.A. had maintained privacy protections. “But they didn’t want an accountable system.” Aid, the author of the N.S.A. history, suggests that ThinThread’s privacy protections interfered with top officials’ secret objective—to pick American targets by name. “They wanted selection, not just collection,” he says. A former N.S.A. official expressed skepticism that Drake cared deeply about the constitutional privacy issues raised by the agency’s surveillance policies. The official characterizes him as a bureaucrat driven by resentment of a rival project—Trailblazer—and calls his story “revisionist history.” But Drake says that, in the fall of 2001, he told Baginski he feared that the agency was breaking the law. He says that to some extent she shared his views, and later told him she feared that the agency would be “haunted” by the surveillance program. In 2003, she left the agency for the F.B.I., in part because of her discomfort with the surveillance program. Drake says that, at one point, Baginski told him that if he had concerns he should talk to the N.S.A.’s general counsel. Drake claims that he did, and that the agency’s top lawyer, Vito Potenza, told him, “Don’t worry about it. We’re the executive agent for the White House. It’s all been scrubbed. It’s legal.” When he pressed further, Potenza told him, “It’s none of your business.” (Potenza, who is now retired, declined to comment.) Drake says, “I feared for the future. If Pandora’s box was opened, what would the government become?” He was not about to drop the matter. Matthew Aid, who describes Drake as “brilliant,” says that “he has sort of a Jesus complex—only he can see the way things are. Everyone else is mentally deficient, or in someone’s pocket.” Drake’s history of whistle-blowing stretches back to high school, in Manchester, Vermont, where his father, a retired Air Force officer, taught. When drugs infested the school, Drake became a police informant. And Watergate, which occurred while he was a student, taught him “that no one is above the law.” [ABSOLUTE mind controls on CIVILITY for 50 yrs-no doubt] Drake says that in the Air Force, where he learned to capture electronic signals, the FISA law “was drilled into us.” He recalls, “If you accidentally intercepted U.S. persons, there were special procedures to expunge it.” The procedures had been devised to prevent the recurrence of past abuses, such as Nixon’s use of the N.S.A. to spy on his political enemies. Drake didn’t know the precise details, but he sensed that domestic spying “was now being done on a vast level.” He was dismayed to hear from N.S.A. colleagues that “arrangements” were being made with telecom and credit-card companies. He added, “The mantra was ‘Get the data!’ ” The transformation of the N.S.A., he says, was so radical that “it wasn’t just that the brakes came off after 9/11—we were in a whole different vehicle.” Few people have a precise knowledge of the size or scope of the N.S.A.’s domestic-surveillance powers. An agency spokesman declined to comment on how the agency “performs its mission,” but said that its activities are constitutional and subject to “comprehensive and rigorous” oversight. But Susan Landau, a former engineer at Sun Microsystems, and the author of a new book, “Surveillance or Security?,” notes that, in 2003, the government placed equipment capable of copying electronic communications at locations across America. These installations were made, she says, at “switching offices” that not only connect foreign and domestic communications but also handle purely domestic traffic. As a result, she surmises, the U.S. now has the capability to monitor domestic traffic on a huge scale. “Why was it done this way?” she asks. “One can come up with all sorts of nefarious reasons, but one doesn’t want to think that way about our government.” [Losses, disappearances in employments and Gaps and errors] Binney, for his part, believes that the agency now stores copies of all e-mails transmitted in America, in case the government wants to retrieve the details later. In the past few years, the N.S.A. has built enormous electronic-storage facilities in Texas and Utah. Binney says that an N.S.A. e-mail database can be searched with “dictionary selection,” in the manner of Google. After 9/11, he says, “General Hayden reassured everyone that the N.S.A. didn’t put out dragnets, and that was true. It had no need—it was getting every fish in the sea.” [Unwittingly storing for 2nd Level CIA uses remotely and otherwise.] Binney considers himself a conservative, and, as an opponent of big government, he worries that the N.S.A.’s data-mining program is so extensive that it could help “create an Orwellian state.” Whereas wiretap surveillance requires trained human operators, data mining is automated, meaning that the entire country can be watched. Conceivably, U.S. officials could “monitor the Tea Party, or reporters, whatever group or organization you want to target,” he says. “It’s exactly what the Founding Fathers never wanted.” [Being infiltrated today] On October 31, 2001, soon after Binney concluded that the N.S.A. was headed in an unethical direction, he retired. He had served for thirty-six years. His wife worked there, too. Wiebe, the analyst, and Ed Loomis, a computer scientist at SARC, also left. Binney said of his decision, “I couldn’t be an accessory to subverting the Constitution.” Not long after Binney quit the N.S.A., he says, he confided his concerns about the secret surveillance program to Diane Roark, a staff member on the House Permanent Select Committee on Intelligence, which oversees the agency. Roark, who has flowing gray hair and large, wide-set eyes, looks like a waifish poet. But in her intelligence-committee job, which she held for seventeen years, she modelled herself on Machiavelli’s maxim that it is better to be feared than loved. Within the N.S.A.’s upper ranks she was widely resented. A former top N.S.A. official says of her, “In meetings, she would just say, ‘You’re lying.’ ” Roark agrees that she distrusted the N.S.A.’s managers. “I asked very tough questions, because they were trying to hide stuff,” she says. “For instance, I wasn’t supposed to know about the warrantless surveillance. They were all determined that no one else was going to tell them what to do.” Like Drake and Binney, Roark was a registered Republican, skeptical about bureaucracy but strong on national defense. She had a knack for recruiting sources at the N.S.A. One of them was Drake, who introduced himself to her in 2000, after she visited N.S.A. headquarters and gave a stinging talk on the agency’s failings; she also established relationships with Binney and Wiebe. Hayden was furious about this back channel. After learning that Binney had attended a meeting with Roark at which N.S.A. employees complained about Trailblazer, Hayden dressed down the critics. He then sent out an agency-wide memo, in which he warned that several “individuals, in a session with our congressional overseers, took a position in direct opposition to one that we had corporately decided to follow. . . . Actions contrary to our decisions will have a serious adverse effect on our efforts to transform N.S.A., and I cannot tolerate them.” Roark says of the memo, “Hayden brooked no opposition to his favorite people and programs.” Roark, who had substantial influence over N.S.A. budget appropriations, was an early champion of Binney’s ThinThread project. She was dismayed, she says, to hear that it had evolved into a means of domestic surveillance, and felt personally responsible. Her oversight committee had been created after Watergate specifically to curb such abuses. “It was my duty to oppose it,” she told me. “That is why oversight existed, so that these things didn’t happen again. I’m not an attorney, but I thought that there was no way it was constitutional.” Roark recalls thinking that, if N.S.A. officials were breaking the law, she was “going to fry them.” She soon learned that she was practically alone in her outrage. Very few congressional leaders had been briefed on the program, and some were apparently going along with it, even if they had reservations. Starting in February, 2002, Roark says, she wrote a series of memos warning of potential illegalities and privacy breaches and handed them to the staffers for Porter Goss, the chairman of her committee, and Nancy Pelosi, its ranking Democrat. But nothing changed. (Pelosi’s spokesman denied that she received such memos, and pointed out that a year earlier Pelosi had written to Hayden and expressed grave concerns about the N.S.A.’s electronic surveillance.) Roark, feeling powerless, retired. Before leaving Washington, though, she learned that Hayden, who knew of her strong opposition to the surveillance program, wanted to talk to her. They met at N.S.A. headquarters on July 15, 2002. According to notes that she made after the meeting, Hayden pleaded with her to stop agitating against the program. He conceded that the policy would leak at some point, and told her that when it did she could “yell and scream” as much as she wished. Meanwhile, he wanted to give the program more time. She asked Hayden why the N.S.A. had chosen not to include privacy protections for Americans. She says that he “kept not answering. Finally, he mumbled, and looked down, and said, ‘We didn’t need them. We had the power.’ He didn’t even look me in the eye. I was flabbergasted.” She asked him directly if the government was getting warrants for domestic surveillance, and he admitted that it was not. In an e-mail, Hayden confirmed that the meeting took place, but said that he recalled only its “broad outlines.” He noted that Roark was not “cleared to know about the expanded surveillance program, so I did not go into great detail.” He added, “I assured her that I firmly believed that what N.S.A. was doing was effective, appropriate, and lawful. I also reminded her that the program’s success depended on it remaining secret, that it was appropriately classified, and that any public discussion of it would have to await a later day.” During the meeting, Roark says, she warned Hayden that no court would uphold the program. Curiously, Hayden responded that he had already been assured by unspecified individuals that he could count on a majority of “the nine votes”—an apparent reference to the Supreme Court. According to Roark’s notes, Hayden told her that such a vote might even be 7–2 in his favor. Roark couldn’t believe that the Supreme Court had been adequately informed of the N.S.A.’s transgressions, and she decided to alert Chief Justice William H. Rehnquist, sending a message through a family friend. Once again, there was no response. She also tried to contact a judge on the FISA court, in Washington, which adjudicates requests for warrants sanctioning domestic surveillance of suspected foreign agents. But the judge had her assistant refer the call to the Department of Justice, which had approved the secret program in the first place. Roark says that she even tried to reach David Addington, the legal counsel to Vice-President Dick Cheney, who had once been her congressional colleague. He never called back, and Addington was eventually revealed to be one of the prime advocates for the surveillance program. “This was such a Catch-22,” Roark says. “There was no one to go to.” In October, 2003, feeling “profoundly depressed,” she left Washington and moved to a small town in Oregon. Drake was still working at the N.S.A., but he was secretly informing on the agency to Congress. In addition to briefing Roark, he had become an anonymous source for the congressional committees investigating intelligence failures related to 9/11. He provided Congress with top-secret documents chronicling the N.S.A.’s shortcomings. Drake believed that the agency had failed to feed other intelligence agencies critical information that it had collected before the attacks. Congressional investigators corroborated these criticisms, though they found greater lapses at the C.I.A. and the F.B.I. [Framing and having them scapegoated and spinning their wheels on investigations-see lawsuit] Around this time, Drake recalls, Baginski warned him, “Be careful, Tom—they’re looking for leakers.” He found this extraordinary, and asked himself, “Telling the truth to congressional oversight committees is leaking?” But the N.S.A. has a rule requiring employees to clear any contact with Congress, and in the spring of 2002 Baginski told Drake, “It’s time for you to find another job.” He soon switched to a less sensitive post at the agency, the first of several. As for Binney, he remained frustrated even in retirement about what he considered the misuse of ThinThread. In September, 2002, he, Wiebe, Loomis, and Roark filed what they thought was a confidential complaint with the Pentagon’s Inspector General, extolling the virtues of the original ThinThread project and accusing the N.S.A. of wasting money on Trailblazer. Drake did not put his name on the complaint, because he was still an N.S.A. employee. But he soon became involved in helping the others, who had become friends. He obtained documents aimed at proving waste, fraud, and abuse in the Trailblazer program. The Inspector General’s report, which was completed in 2005, was classified as secret, so only a few insiders could read what Drake describes as a scathing document. Possibly the only impact of the probe was to hasten the end of Trailblazer, whose budget overruns had become indisputably staggering. Though Hayden acknowledged to a Senate committee that the costs of the Trailblazer project “were greater than anticipated, to the tune of, I would say, hundreds of millions,” most of the scandal’s details remained hidden from the public. In December, 2005, the N.S.A.’s culture of secrecy was breached by a stunning leak. The Times reporters James Risen and Eric Lichtblau revealed that the N.S.A. was running a warrantless wiretapping program inside the United States. The paper’s editors had held onto the scoop for more than a year, weighing the propriety of publishing it. According to Bill Keller, the executive editor of the Times, President Bush pleaded with the paper’s editors to not publish the story; Keller told New York that “the basic message was: You’ll have blood on your hands.” After the paper defied the Administration, Bush called the leak “a shameful act.” At his command, federal agents launched a criminal investigation to identify the paper’s source. The Times story shocked the country. Democrats, including then Senator Obama, denounced the program as illegal and demanded congressional hearings. A FISA court judge resigned in protest. In March, 2006, Mark Klein, a retired A.T. & T. employee, gave a sworn statement to the Electronic Frontier Foundation, which was filing a lawsuit against the company, describing a secret room in San Francisco where powerful Narus computers appeared to be sorting and copying all of the telecom’s Internet traffic—both foreign and domestic. A high-capacity fibre-optic cable seemed to be forwarding this data to a centralized location, which, Klein surmised, was N.S.A. headquarters. Soon, USA Today reported that A.T. & T., Verizon, and BellSouth had secretly opened their electronic records to the government, in violation of communications laws. Legal experts said that each instance of spying without a warrant was a serious crime, and that there appeared to be hundreds of thousands of infractions. [EFF lawsuit never saw the light that it was only being used to attach to already existing wireless communication sig-intel-FISA….] President Bush and Administration officials assured the American public that the surveillance program was legal, although new legislation was eventually required to bring it more in line with the law. They insisted that the traditional method of getting warrants was too slow for the urgent threats posed by international terrorism. And they implied that the only domestic surveillance taking place involved tapping phone calls in which one speaker was outside the U.S. Drake says of Bush Administration officials, “They were lying through their teeth. They had chosen to go an illegal route, and it wasn’t because they had no other choice.” He also believed that the Administration was covering up the full extent of the program. “The phone calls were the tip of the iceberg. The really sensitive stuff was the data mining.” He says, “I was faced with a crisis of conscience. What do I do—remain silent, and complicit, or go to the press?” [It is 50 yrs of data mining and mind manipulations of spying and no other reason and continues today-Mind Control and synthetic ills on AMERICANS] Drake has a wife and five sons, the youngest of whom has serious health problems, and so he agonized over the decision. He researched the relevant legal statutes and concluded that if he spoke to a reporter about unclassified matters the only risk he ran was losing his job. N.S.A. policy forbids initiating contact with the press. “I get that it’s grounds for ‘We have to let you go,’ ” he says. But he decided that he was willing to lose his job. “This was a violation of everything I knew and believed as an American. We were making the Nixon Administration look like pikers.” Drake got in touch with Gorman, who covered the N.S.A. for the Baltimore Sun. He had admired an article of hers and knew that Roark had spoken to her previously, though not about anything classified. He got Gorman’s contact information from Roark, who warned him to be careful. She knew that in the past the N.S.A. had dealt harshly with people who embarrassed it. Drake set up a secure Hushmail e-mail account and began sending Gorman anonymous tips. Half in jest, he chose the pseudonym The Shadow Knows. He says that he insisted on three ground rules with Gorman: neither he nor she would reveal his identity; he wouldn’t be the sole source for any story; he would not supply her with classified information. But a year into the arrangement, in February, 2007, Drake decided to blow his cover, surprising Gorman by showing up at the newspaper and introducing himself as The Shadow Knows. He ended up meeting with Gorman half a dozen times. But, he says, “I never gave her anything classified.” Gorman has not been charged with wrongdoing, and declined, through her lawyer, Laura Handman, to comment, citing the pending trial. Starting on January 29, 2006, Gorman, who now works at the Wall Street Journal, published a series of articles about problems at the N.S.A., including a story describing Trailblazer as an expensive fiasco. On May 18, 2006, the day that Hayden faced Senate confirmation hearings for a new post—the head of the C.I.A.—the Sun published Gorman’s exposé on ThinThread, which accused the N.S.A. of rejecting an approach that protected Americans’ privacy. Hayden, evidently peeved, testified that intelligence officers deserved “not to have every action analyzed, second-guessed, and criticized on the front pages of the newspapers.” At the time, the government did not complain that the Sun had crossed a legal line. It did not contact the paper’s editors or try to restrain the paper from publishing Gorman’s work. A former N.S.A. colleague of Drake’s says he believes that the Sun stories revealed government secrets. Others disagree. Steven Aftergood, the secrecy expert, says that the articles “did not damage national security.” Matthew Aid argues that the material Drake provided to the Sun should not have been highly classified—if it was—and in any case only highlighted that “the N.S.A. was a management nightmare, which wasn’t a secret in Washington.” In his view, Drake “was just saying, ‘We’re not doing our job, and it’s having a deleterious effect on mission performance.’ He was right, by the way.” The Sun series, Aid says, was “embarrassing to N.S.A. management, but embarrassment to the U.S. government is not a criminal offense in this country.” (Aid has a stake in this debate. In 1984, when he was in the Air Force, he spent several months in the stockade for having stored classified documents in a private locker. The experience, he says, sensitized him to issues of government secrecy.) While the Sun was publishing its series, twenty-five federal agents and five prosecutors were struggling to identify the Times’ source. The team had targeted some two hundred possible suspects, but had found no culprits. The Sun series attracted the attention of the investigators, who theorized that its source might also have talked to the Times. This turned out not to be true. Nevertheless, the investigators quickly homed in on the Trailblazer critics. “It’s sad,” an intelligence expert says. “I think they were aiming at the Times leak and found this instead.” Roark was an obvious suspect for the Times leak. Everyone from Hayden on down knew that she had opposed the surveillance program. After the article appeared, she says, “I was waiting for the shoe to drop.” The F.B.I. eventually contacted her, and in February, 2007, she and her attorney met with the prosecutor then in charge, Steven Tyrrell, who was the head of the fraud section at the Justice Department. Roark signed an affidavit saying that she was not a source for the Times story or for “State of War,” a related book that James Risen wrote. She also swore that she had no idea who the source was. She says of the experience, “It was an interrogation, not an interview. They treated me like a target.” Roark recalls that the F.B.I. agents tried to force her to divulge the identity of her old N.S.A. informants. They already seemed to know about Drake, Binney, and Wiebe—perhaps from the Inspector General’s report. She refused to coöperate, arguing that it was improper for agents of the executive branch to threaten a congressional overseer about her sources. “I had the sense that N.S.A. was egging the F.B.I. on,” she says. “I’d gotten the N.S.A. so many times—they were going to get me. The N.S.A. hated me.” (The N.S.A. and the Justice Department declined to comment on the investigations.) In the months that followed, Roark heard nothing. Finally, her lawyer placed the case in her “dead file.” On July 26, 2007, at 9 A.M. Eastern Standard Time, armed federal agents simultaneously raided the houses of Binney, Wiebe, and Roark. (At Roark’s house, in Oregon, it was six o’clock.) Binney was in the shower when agents arrived, and recalls, “They went right upstairs to the bathroom and held guns on me and my wife, right between the eyes.” The agents took computer equipment, a copy of the Inspector General complaint and a copy of a commercial pitch that Binney had written with Wiebe, Loomis, and Roark. In 2001, the N.S.A. indicated to Binney that he could pursue commercial projects based on ThinThread. He and the others thought that aspects of the software could be used to help detect Medicare fraud. [Pretex, lies, framing as VETS, and data mining medical records nefariously un-wit] Binney professed his innocence, and he says that the agents told him, “We think you’re lying. You need to implicate someone. ” He believed that they were trying to get him to name Roark as the Times’ source. He suggested that if they were looking for criminal conspirators they should focus on Bush and Hayden for allowing warrantless surveillance. Binney recalls an agent responding that such brazen spying didn’t happen in America. Looking over the rims of his owlish glasses, Binney replied, “Oh, really?” Roark was sleeping when the agents arrived, and didn’t hear them until “it sounded as if they were going to pull the house down, they were rattling it so badly.” They took computers and a copy of the same commercial pitch. Her son had been interested in collaborating on the venture, and he, too, became a potential target. “They believed everybody was conspiring,” Roark says. “For years, I couldn’t talk to my own son without worrying that they’d say I was trying to influence his testimony.” Although she has been fighting cancer, she has spoken with him only sparingly since the raid. The agents seemed to think that the commercial pitch contained classified information. Roark was shaken: she and the others thought they had edited it scrupulously to insure that it did not. Agents also informed her that a few scattered papers in her old office files were classified. After the raid, she called her lawyer and asked, “If there’s a disagreement on classification, does intent mean anything?” The question goes to the heart of the Drake case. Roark, who always considered herself “a law-and-order person,” said of the raid, “This changed my faith.” Eventually, the prosecution offered her a plea bargain, under which she would plead guilty to perjury, for ostensibly lying to the F.B.I. about press leaks. The prosecutors also wanted her to testify against Drake. Roark refused. “I’m not going to plead guilty to deliberately doing anything wrong,” she told them. “And I can’t testify against Tom because I don’t know that he did anything wrong. Whatever Tom revealed, I am sure that he did not think it was classified.” She says, “I didn’t think the system was perfect, but I thought they’d play fair with me. They didn’t. I felt it was retribution.” Wiebe, the retired analyst, was the most surprised by the raid—he had not yet been contacted in connection with the investigation. He recalls that agents locked his two Pembroke Welsh corgis in a bathroom and commanded his daughter and his mother-in-law, who was in her bathrobe, to stay on a couch while they searched his house. He says, “I feel I’m living in the very country I worked for years to defeat: the Soviet Union. We’re turning into a police state.” Like Roark, he says of the raid, “It was retribution for our filing the Inspector General complaint.” Under the law, such complaints are confidential, and employees who file them are supposed to be protected from retaliation. It’s unclear if the Trailblazer complaint tipped off authorities, but all four people who signed it became targets. Jesselyn Radack, of the Government Accountability Project, a whistle-blower advocacy group that has provided legal support to Drake, says of his case, “It’s the most severe form of whistle-blower retaliation I have ever seen.” [ALL sabotaged work of 2nd level CIA behind the scenes with offshoots of paranoia schizophrenia etc since Holocaust and the 70’s-see Marks] A few days after the raid, Drake met Binney and Wiebe for lunch, at a tavern in Glenelg, Maryland. “I had a pretty good idea I was next,” Drake says. But it wasn’t until the morning of November 28, 2007, that he saw armed agents streaming across his lawn. Though Drake was informed of his right to remain silent, he viewed the raid as a fresh opportunity to blow the whistle. He spent the day at his kitchen table, without a lawyer, talking. He brought up Trailblazer, but found that the investigators weren’t interested in the details of a defunct computer system, or in cost overruns, or in the constitutional conflicts posed by warrantless surveillance. Their focus was on the Times leak. He assured them that he wasn’t the source, but he confirmed his contact with the Sun, insisting that he had not relayed any classified information. He also disclosed his computer password. The agents bagged documents, computers, and books, and removed eight or ten boxes of office files from his basement. “I felt incredibly violated,” he says. For four months, Drake continued coöperating. He admitted that he had given Gorman information that he had cut and pasted from secret documents, but stressed that he had not included anything classified. He acknowledged sending Gorman hundreds of e-mails. Then, in April, 2008, the F.B.I. told him that someone important wanted to meet with him, at a secure building in Calverton, Maryland. Drake agreed to the appointment. Soon after he showed up, he says, Steven Tyrrell, the prosecutor, walked in and told him, “You’re screwed, Mr. Drake. We have enough evidence to put you away for most of the rest of your natural life.” Prosecutors informed Drake that they had found classified documents in the boxes in his basement—the indictment cites three—and discovered two more in his e-mail archive. They also accused him of shredding other documents, and of deleting e-mails in the months before he was raided, in an attempt to obstruct justice. Further, they said that he had lied when he told federal agents that he hadn’t given Gorman classified information. “They had made me into an enemy of the state just by saying I was,” Drake says. The boxes in his basement contained copies of some of the less sensitive material that he had procured for the Inspector General’s Trailblazer investigation. The Inspector General’s Web site directs complainants to keep copies. Drake says that if the boxes did, in fact, contain classified documents he didn’t realize it. (The indictment emphasizes that he “willfully” retained documents.) The two documents that the government says it extracted from his e-mail archive were even less sensitive, Drake says. Both pertained to a successor to Trailblazer, code-named Turbulence. One document listed a schedule of meetings about Turbulence. It was marked “unclassified/for official use only” and posted on the N.S.A.’s internal Web site. The government has since argued that the schedule should have been classified, and that Drake should have known this. The other document, which touted the success of Turbulence, was officially declassified in July, 2010, three months after Drake was indicted. “After charging him with having this ostensibly serious classified document, the government waved a wand and decided it wasn’t so classified after all,” Radack says. Clearly, the intelligence community hopes that the Drake case will send a message about the gravity of exposing government secrets. But Drake’s lawyer, a federal public defender named James Wyda, argued in court last spring that “there have never been two documents so benign that are the subject of this kind of prosecution against a client whose motives are as salutary as Tom’s.” Drake insists, too, that the only computer files he destroyed were routine trash: “I held then, and I hold now, I had nothing to destroy.” Drake, who left the N.S.A. in 2008, and now works at an Apple Store outside Washington, asks, “Why didn’t I erase everything on my computer, then? I know how to do it. They found what they found.” Not everyone familiar with Drake’s case is moved by his plight. A former federal official knowledgeable about the case says, “To his credit, he tried to raise these issues, and, to an extent, they were dealt with. But who died and left him in charge?” In May, 2009, Tyrrell proposed a plea bargain: if Drake pleaded guilty to one count of conspiring to violate the Espionage Act and agreed to coöperate against the others, he would get a maximum of five years in prison. “They wanted me to reveal a conspiracy that didn’t exist,” Drake says. “It was all about the Times, but I had no knowledge of the leak.” Drake says that he told prosecutors, “I refuse to plea-bargain with the truth.” That June, Drake learned that Tyrrell was leaving the government. Tyrrell was a Republican, and Drake was hopeful that a prosecutor appointed by the Obama Administration would have a different approach. But Drake was dismayed to learn that Tyrrell’s replacement, William Welch, had just been transferred from the top spot in the Justice Department’s public-integrity section, after an overzealous prosecution of Ted Stevens, the Alaska senator. A judge had thrown out Stevens’s conviction, and, at one point, had held Welch in contempt of court. (Welch declined to comment.) In April, 2010, Welch indicted Drake, shattering his hope for a reprieve from the Obama Administration. But the prosecution’s case had shrunk dramatically from the grand conspiracy initially laid out by Tyrrell. (Welch accidentally sent the defense team an early draft of the indictment, revealing how the case had changed.) Drake was no longer charged with leaking classified documents, or with being part of a conspiracy. He is still charged with violating the Espionage Act, but now merely because of unauthorized “willful retention” of the five documents. Drake says that when he learned that, even with the reduced charges, he still faced up to thirty-five years in prison, he “was completely aghast.” Morton Halperin, of the Open Society Institute, says that the reduced charges make the prosecution even more outlandish: “If Drake is convicted, it means the Espionage Law is an Official Secrets Act.” Because reporters often retain unauthorized defense documents, Drake’s conviction would establish a legal precedent making it possible to prosecute journalists as spies. “It poses a grave threat to the mechanism by which we learn most of what the government does,” Halperin says. The Espionage Act has rarely been used to prosecute leakers and whistle-blowers. Drake’s case is only the fourth in which the act has been used to indict someone for mishandling classified material. “It was meant to deal with classic espionage, not publication,” Stephen Vladeck, a law professor at American University who is an expert on the statute, says. The first attempt to apply the law to leakers was the aborted prosecution, in 1973, of Daniel Ellsberg, a researcher at the RAND Corporation who was charged with disclosing the Pentagon Papers—a damning secret history of the Vietnam War. But the case was dropped, owing, in large part, to prosecutorial misconduct. The second such effort was the case of Samuel L. Morison, a naval intelligence officer who, in 1985, was convicted for providing U.S. photographs of a Soviet ship to Jane’s Defence Weekly. Morison was later pardoned by Bill Clinton. The third case was the prosecution, in 2005, of a Defense Department official, Lawrence Franklin, and two lobbyists for the American-Israel Public Affairs Committee. Franklin pleaded guilty to a lesser charge, and the case against the lobbyists collapsed after the presiding judge insisted that prosecutors establish criminal intent. Unable to prove this, the Justice Department abandoned the case, amid criticism that the government had overreached. Drake’s case also raises questions about double standards. In recent years, several top officials accused of similar misdeeds have not faced such serious charges. John Deutch, the former C.I.A. director, and Alberto Gonzales, the former Attorney General, both faced much less stringent punishment after taking classified documents home without authorization. In 2003, Sandy Berger, Clinton’s national-security adviser, smuggled classified documents out of a federal building, reportedly by hiding them in his pants. It was treated as a misdemeanor. His defense lawyer was Lanny Breuer—the official overseeing the prosecution of Drake. Jack Goldsmith, a Harvard law professor who served in the Bush Justice Department, laments the lack of consistency in leak prosecutions. He notes that no investigations have been launched into the sourcing of Bob Woodward’s four most recent books, even though “they are filled with classified information that he could only have received from the top of the government.” Gabriel Schoenfeld, of the Hudson Institute, says, “The selectivity of the prosecutions here is nightmarish. It’s a broken system.” Mark Feldstein, a professor of media and public affairs at George Washington University, warns that, if whistle-blowers and other dissenters are singled out for prosecution, “this has gigantic repercussions. You choke off the information that the public needs to judge policy.” Few people are more disturbed about Drake’s prosecution than the others who spoke out against the N.S.A. surveillance program. In 2008, Thomas Tamm, a Justice Department lawyer, revealed that he was one of the people who leaked to the Times. He says of Obama, “It’s so disappointing from someone who was a constitutional-law professor, and who made all those campaign promises.” The Justice Department recently confirmed that it won’t pursue charges against Tamm. Speaking before Congress, Attorney General Holder explained that “there is a balancing that has to be done . . . between what our national-security interests are and what might be gained by prosecuting a particular individual.” The decision provoked strong criticism from Republicans, underscoring the political pressures that the Justice Department faces when it backs off such prosecutions. Still, Tamm questions why the Drake case is proceeding, given that Drake never revealed anything as sensitive as what appeared in the Times. “The program he talked to the Baltimore Sun about was a failure and wasted billions of dollars,” Tamm says. “It’s embarrassing to the N.S.A., but it’s not giving aid and comfort to the enemy.” Mark Klein, the former A.T. & T. employee who exposed the telecom-company wiretaps, is also dismayed by the Drake case. “I think it’s outrageous,” he says. “The Bush people have been let off. The telecom companies got immunity. The only people Obama has prosecuted are the whistle-blowers.” ♦ [Opposite and backwards, dysfunctional tangibly and non on both covert levels and the criminal Terrorists got immunity in front of the GLOBE on torture and rape of the human being violations etc. for more COMMUNISM and the LAUNCH OF A NEW HOLOCAUST in Manifest-Wake up AMERICA!] http://www.mireilletorjman.com for full documents.

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Air Force Plan: Hack Your Nervous System

This is the first of a two-part series on plasma and electromagnetic weapons by David Hambling, author of Weapons Grade: How Modern Warfare Gave Birth to Our High-Tech World.
The brain has always been a battlefield. New weapons might be able to hack directly into your nervous system.
Controlled Effects” (see image, right) is one of the Air Forces ambitious long-term challenges. It starts with better and more accurate bombs, but moves on to discuss devices that “make selected adversaries think or act according to our needs… By studying and modeling the human brain and nervous system, the ability to mentally influence or confuse personnel is also possible.“
The first stage is technology to remotely create physical sensations. They give the example of the Active Denial Systempeople zapper” which uses a high-frequency radiation similar to microwaves as a non-lethal means of crowd control.
Other weapons can affect the nervous system directly. The Pulsed Energy Projectile fires a short intense pulse of laser energy. This vaporizes the outer layer of the target, creating a rapidly-expanding expanding ball of plasma. At different power levels, those expanding plasmas could deliver a harmless warning, stun the target, or disable them — all with pinpoint laser precision from a mile away.
Early reports on the effects of PEPs mentioned temporary paralysis, then thought to be related to ultrasonic shockwaves. It later became apparent that the electromagnetic pulse caused by the expanding plasma was triggering nerve cells. Details of this emerged in a heavily-censored document released to Ed Hammond of the Sunshine Project under the Freedom if Information Act. Called Sensory consequence of electromagnetic pulsed emitted by laser induced plasmas, it described research on activating the nerve cells responsible for sensing unpleasant stimuli: heat, damage, pressure, cold.           By selectively stimulating a particular nociceptor, a finely tuned PEP might sensations of say, being burned, frozen or dipped in acid — all without doing the slightest actual harm.
The skin is the easiest target for such stimulation. But, in principle, any sensory nerves could be triggered. The Controlled Effects document suggests it may be possible to create synthetic images to confuse an individual’ s visual sense or, in a similar manner, confuse his senses of sound, taste, touch, or smell.
In other words, it may be possible to use electromagnetic means to create overwhelming ‘sound’ or ‘light’, or indeed ‘intolerable smell’ which would exist only in the brain of the person perceiving them. There is another side as well. The sensory consequences document also notes that the nervous system which controls muscles could be influenced to cause what they call Taser-like motor effects. The stun guns ability to shock the muscles into malfunction is relatively crude; we might now be looking at are much more targeted effects.
Tomorrow: Moscow moves in. Remote-controlled heart attacks, anyone?
David Hambling  February 13th, 2006 | Bizarro, Lasers and Ray Guns | Comments (211)

Democracy Now! Interview: BP oil spill EMPLOYEES.

And it didn’t fail because people were—you know, wanted something bad to happen or were not trying to do the best that they could, but what we discovered was that there was a kind of paralysis that gripped this vast rig in critical places at critical times. And what it resulted in is it resulted in people not taking the steps, not deploying some of these safety systems, or trying to deploy them but deploying them too late, when the damage had already been done. And the net effect of this paralysis is that for nine minutes, from when the blowout first hit the rig until these crippling explosions that basically left this a dead ship, those nine minutes, there was no alarm, general alarm, issued to the 126 people who were on this rig. So, for most of the people on the rig, the first time they really understood that there was a major crisis going on was when the explosions ripped through this oil rig, in many cases injuring people, in some cases quite, quite devastating injuries—burns, broken bones, that kind of thing.

JUAN GONZALEZ: Well, David, it is a fascinating account. And as I told you before the show started, it’s not every day that I read a full New York Times multi-page story. But this one really read like a novel, in terms of what actually happened. And especially, as you say, it wasn’t just a failure of the equipment, but there were several moments when key decisions were made by these experienced people that, had they made a decision one way-Barstow-YES

 

These are not in the weapon only but the suggested anger and sensations all triggered from mind control messages transmitted.

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Pentagon Science: Crazy Enough?

Is fringe science good for military technology?
Sharon Weinberger is, to put it mildly, skeptical. Her book, Imaginary Weapons [being discussed tonight in New York –ed.], tells the tangled story of the struggle between the “isomer believers” who think a Hafnium bomb it can be made to work, and the doubters who think is based on impossible science. I’m not so sure. “Fringe science” is a label that history applies after the event to failures; successes are immediately transferred to the mainstream. What looks like ridiculous like fringe tinkering at the time may later be seen as pioneering genius. It struck me while writing my book, Weapons Grade, that revolutionary advances tend to come from outside the mainstream. This is pretty much true by definition: if a concept is already in the mainstream then it will not be revolutionary. Let’s look at three cases of kooks who came good after years in the wilderness: the Spaceman, the Flyboy, and Mr. Death Ray.
Case one is the Spaceman, who spent his career dreaming of travel to other planets. He was suspicious other others and tended to work on his own, refusing to publish many of the details of his work. His report on how he spent a $5,000 grant from the Smithsonian was roundly mocked in the press — especially the New York Times, which said he should go back and learn some high school physics. His biggest success was to send a craft a distance of 184 feet into a cabbage patch.
The Spaceman took his plans for giant weapons based on his space drive to the military, but nobody was convinced they were feasible. Twenty years earlier his idea for an infantry weapon — using a music stand — had also been shelved.
The Spaceman was in fact Robert Goddard, pioneer of the liquid-fuelled rocket. NASA’s Goddard Space Center is named in his honor. Three years after the military turned him down, German V-2 rockets started raining down on London. The V-2 directly drew on Goddard’s work from the 1920’s; the Nazis had rounded up amateur rocket enthusiasts, who called themselves ‘Societies For Space Travel’ and set them to building a weapon based on his liquid-fuelled design. Goddard’s portable rocket was also resurrected — the shoulder-mounted rocket launcher, or Bazooka, became an important infantry weapon.
On July 17th 1969, the day after Armstrong and Aldrin set foot on the moon, the New York Times published a correction to its 1920 story, accepting that Goddard was right: “it is now definitely established that a rocket can function in a vacuum as well as in an atmosphere. The Times regrets the error.”
Case two is the Flyboy, a 22-year-old airman who was convinced he could build better aircraft engines than anything that existed at the time. When he took his designs to his superiors, he was told they were nothing new, and that better men with more experience had failed to get similar plans to work. The working temperatures were too high for any known material, the efficiencies required were too great, and the fuel consumption would be far too high. “Very interesting my boy,” one distinguished aeronautics professor remarked, “but it will never work.“ The official rejection was scarcely less patronizing: “It must be remembered that a tremendous amount of work is being done, and you may rest assured the criticisms made of your scheme were made with the full knowledge of the results achieved by actual experiment.“ The design was going nowhere. Five years later the patent lapsed; the military did not think it was worth renewing, and Flyboy could not afford the fee. He kept working at it though, building prototypes in a tiny workshop on a shoestring budget scraped together from family and friends. The Flyboy was Frank Whittle, the jet engine pioneer, whose designs form the basis for almost all modern jet engines. He only started to get taken seriously when it became clear in 1939 that the Germans had flown a jet aircraft and were storming ahead in development. The RAF had thrown away a lead of several years: if Whittle had been taken seriously in 1929, the Battle of Britain might have been fought with jet aircraft instead of Spitfires. Hans Von Ohain, who developed jets in Germany, even suggested that WWII might not have happened if Britain possessed jets, as “Hitler would have doubted the Luftwaffe’s ability to win.“ Case 3 is the radio Death Ray. Rockets and jet engines may have attracted some ridicule, but death rays were even more absurd. When Marconi developed a directional radio transmitter in 1924, it seemed every crackpot in the word was building one. One of the most notable self-publicists was Harry Matthews — known to the media as “Death Ray” Matthews — who claimed his apparatus could kill mice and shrivel plants at a distance, and that a weapon based on it would have a range of up to eight miles. Although radio waves could do serious damage at close range, anything beyond a few feet was less plausible. In the US, the Army’s Aberdeen Proving Ground offered a standing reward to anyone who could produce a death ray capable of killing a tethered goat. Britain’s Air Ministry put up a similar prize to the inventor whose ray could kill a sheep at a range of a hundred yards.
Neither animal was ever seriously endangered. So great was the public clamor for death rays in Britain that the Air Ministry appointed a committee to look into them. After considerable research, Dr. Robert Watson-Watt reported on February 4th, 1935 that although in theory it was possible to bring down an aircraft with a radio beam, the power required was far in excess of what was possible in practice. Having done the work, the Ministry then asked Watson-Watt whether, in the absence of death rays, anything useful could be done with these radio beams. Watson-Watt had found that aircraft reflected radio waves, and he drew up a paper entitled “The Detection and Location of Aircraft by Radio Means.“Three weeks after the Death Ray paper, the first test was carried out, showing conclusively that an aircraft could be located from the radio waves it reflected. Radio direction finding, later known as Radar, became one of the RAF’s most important tools and was kept strictly secret. In each of these cases the breakthrough has come from outside the mainstream, and each of them has had a lasting impact. Goddard’s rockets paved the way for satellite technology, global communications, GPS, and space imaging (can you imagine weather forecasts without satellite maps?). Whittle’s jet engine revolutionized air travel, and we now take for granted out ability to fly the world quickly and cheaply. An although the death-ray enthusiasts were on the wrong track entirely, they were responsible for radar and the related rise in radio-frequency technology, including everything from microwave ovens to lasers. Revolutionary progress is always going to involve going beyond the mainstream, because if something is in the mainstream already it is part of the slow process of incremental change. It is only the outsiders often working alone and without sufficient funding — who can bring in those radical innovations.
It’s easy to laugh at new ideas, whether they are space rockets, giant electronic brains — or manned flight. Supposed experts in the relevant field often reject such ideas out of hand, not bothering to look closely at the data, and dismiss them as impossible. But it’s surprising how quickly these impossible things become commonplace. We live in an age where robotic terminators taking out terrorists by remote control from thousands of miles away with laser-guided weapons are a routine news story. Look at the cutting edge of military technology and you see plenty of ideas which are derided by the established authorities. I’ve covered lots of stories where this has been the case: The supercavitating penetrator is said to be impossible, as is plasma stealth, not to mention the Slingatron space launcher and radio-frequency devices which hack the human nervous system. Small incremental improvements based on existing ideas are never going to produce the weapons which give decisive advantages like ballistic missiles, jet engines and radar. To paraphrase the great physicist Niels Bohr: “We all know the Pentagon has some crazy ideas. The question is, are they crazy enough?“
David Hambling