*** FBI gets a warm welcome in Chicago for their EXCELLENT performance - cheers to NEW CONS ***
lightsilver3 at gmail.com
Tue Nov 2 23:28:03 CET 2010
On Nov 2, 11:03 am, t... at sevak.isi.edu (Thomas A. Russ) wrote:
> silver light <lightsilv... at gmail.com> writes:
> > *** FBI gets a warm welcome in Chicago for their EXCELLENT performance
> > - cheers to NEW CONS ***
> Oh geez. Just when we've beaten back the infix hordes, someone comes up
> and suggests replacing CONS with something, new different and most
> likely inferior.
> - Grumpy Old Programmer.
> Thomas A. Russ, USC/Information Sciences Institute
Google censored my post and deleted it not because they are trying to
defend the FBI or cover them up. They just dont like silverlight which
is from Microsoft.
It is well known that google and oracle are trying to get control of
the whole cyberspace either alone or in alliance with each other.
This way they can control the federal government. Most senators and
congressmen are pea brain and go along with whatever the corporations
show them with music, viagra, champagne, food, cruise tickets, girls
and pocket money.
Submitted by jkeogh on Tue, 11/02/2010 - 6:44am
Litigation seeking the release of never before seen 9/11 FBI records
is currently underway in the federal courts. There is a immediate need
for a FOIA attorney to assist with the case. The defendants are
operating with a nearly unlimited funding and have a large body of
legal experts working to prevent the release of these records. A
public interest FOIA attorney has offered their services at a reduced
public interest rate. We need the research communities help to raise
the required funds. Release of these requested records may help settle
questions surrounding the Pentagon and Shanksville controversies, as
well as others. Release of these records could also help overcome
future claims of release exemption by the FBI for other 9/11 records
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