Tuesday, July 16, 2013

v. NS(first letter of the alphabet)

Jewel v. 2008: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Jewel_v._NS( )

First Unitarian Church v.  today

The EFF (see link on right of my site) has joined in another lawsuit against the NS( ) with a diverse group: the First Unitarian Church of LA, Greenpeace, Calguns, the Bill of Rights Defense Committee, California Association of Federal Firearms Licensees, Council on American Islamic Relations, the Franklin Armory, Free Press, Tech Freedom, Public Knowledge, the Free Software Foundation, Human Rights Watch, the National Organization for the Reform of Marijuana Laws (NORML), the Open Technology Institute, People for the American Way and Students for Sensible Drug Policy.

The lawsuit makes the case that the dragnet surveillance violates the First, Fourth and Fifth Amendments.

Hey surveillance people, if you want to see something really good, check out the link on my last post.

1 comment:

  1. Very wise of you to leave out the 1st letter of the alphabet when combining the letters NS in any online venue… or anywhere else (public or “private”)(should I have typed public or public?)… although I suspect that the NS (you know what) has already decided that anyone typing NS together should be investigated, too… you know… “just in case”.

    I found your blog / linked story’s pro-Constitution legal arguments to offer us a refreshing glimmer of hope. Proof that someone, someday, at the last minute, might actually rush in to rescue America?

    About the only flaw that I could detect in this well crafted legal case is that, back in the early post 9/11 days, the U.S. PatRiot Act burned to death the U.S. Constitution… and that means that the 1st, 4th and 5th Amendments are just as dead. It’s only a matter of time that the five-monster, SCOTUS majority will gleefully scatter the ashes.