Thursday, October 24, 2013

US Police Brutality, Domestic Spying, and CISPA

Figuring there might be less lying lawyers legislators on the Children's Committee, I, Steven G. Erickson, [wrote this] to legislators in the State of Connecticut.

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California US Senator Diane Feinstein should be considered a domestic terrorist, a threat to public safety, and someone who is a threat to the US Constitution and all Americans. Should Diane Feinstein be audited? If she started out with about a $50,000 net worth and is now worth 100's of millions, did foreign bankers and international corporate organized crime enrich her? Is that treason? How many elected officials are screwing Americans over for their outside criminal handlers?

Text with RT America video with host Abby Martin of "Breaking the Set" [source]:

CISPA, the cyber-security bill that just won’t die, and Senator Diane Feinstein called out for leading the charge on passing the bill. The National Day against Police Brutality - ANSWER Coalition organizer Mike Prysner talks about a new documentary titled ‘No Justice, No Peace’. Finaly, Michael Ratner, attorney for Julian Assange and president emeritus of the Center for Constitutional Rights, talks about the contrast between the film ‘The Fifth Estate’ and the Assange-produced film ‘Mediastan’, as well as Hollywood’s role in the historical revisionism.

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