Guilt Before Proven Innocent – Injustice Dept. Is Building Files On EVERYONE

The Resident at 1600 PA Ave., NW, Washington, Disease 20001 keeping with his Socialist self is allowing the Injustice Dept. under Eric Withholder to build files on anyone they feel like, even if no crime, or suspicion of a crime all in the name of connecting dots to say we should watch these people. I like that Hosts of Foreigh Exchange Students are now under suspicion. So, I guess I’m on the list. The one we knew were real spies, NOT. It’s coming to “Ze Payperz Pleaze” Government. And by the way, in keeping with the openness of Government, NOT, Congress was completely By-Passed because they may have said NO.

Attorney General Secretly Granted Gov. Ability to Develop and Store Dossiers on Innocent Americans
By Kim Zetter 12.13.12 1:34 PM

In a secret government agreement granted without approval or debate from lawmakers, the U.S. attorney general recently gave the National Counterterrorism Center sweeping new powers to store dossiers on U.S. citizens, even if they are not suspected of a crime, according to a news report.

Earlier this year, Attorney General Eric Holder granted the center the ability to copy entire government databases holding information on flight records, casino-employee lists, the names of Americans hosting foreign-exchange students and other data, and to store it for up to five years, even without suspicion that someone in the database has committed a crime, according to the Wall Street Journal, which broke the story.

Whereas previously the law prohibited the center from storing data compilations on U.S. citizens unless they were suspected of terrorist activity or were relevant to an ongoing terrorism investigation, the new powers give the center the ability to not only collect and store vast databases of information but also to trawl through and analyze it for suspicious patterns of behavior in order to uncover activity that could launch an investigation.

Drip, drip, drip, drip there goes Freedom

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