Author : Metzger Tom
Title : The Paranoid Newsletter
Year : 2001
Link download : Metzger_Tom_-_The_Paranoid_Newsletter.zip
Introduction. This is the first issue of the PARANOID newsletter. This newsletter is for the person who takes their privacy VERY seriously. Lets face it, America is a POLICE STATE. Anything the government doesn't like is now considered terrorism. What would our founding father say if they were alive today! How is the government eroding your rights you ask? Through Terrorism and Sex offender scares of course! Today's politicians can pass all kinds of laws that destroy Americans freedom because the average citizen is lazy and stupid. Don't expect the constitution to save you, its worthless paper. If the constitution was worth the paper it was printed on there wouldn't be warrant less searches and wiretaps, foreigners wouldn't be TORTURED and the FBI wouldn't have the authority to perform Sneak and Peek searches. You do know what a sneak and peek warrant is don't you? Have you ever heard of a National Security Letter? Sneak and peek search warrant: A search warrant authorizing law enforcement officers to secretly break and enter into a persons home or business without the owner’s or the occupant’s permission or knowledge and to clandestinely search the premises. Any crime including misdemeanors may be used to justify a sneak and peek warrant. National Security Letter: A warrant like document invented as a method of circumventing the Right to Financial Privacy Act in 1978. The Patriot Act permits these NSL's to be issued without consulting a judge, merely a Law Enforcement Supervisor. It is frequently used to obtain private records of Americans' Internet service providers, financial institutions and telephone companies. NSL's contain a gag order that prevents the recipient from consulting a lawyer or notifying the target of the investigation. NOTE: An internal FBI audit found that the bureau violated the rules more than 1000 times in an audit of 10% of its national investigations between 2002 and 2007. Over 20 of these involved requests by agents for information that US law did not permit them to have. In fact the FCC, the government department that licenses manufactures of radio products CLAIMS to have the authority to inspect your home without a warrant and ANYTIME. If you have a cellphone, CB radio, or anything else that uses radio waves, the FCC claims it can enter your home at any time to inspect it. Donald Winton, the operator of a CB rebroadcasting an AM radio station, refused to let an FCC official in his house, but did turn off the radio. Winton was fined $7000 for refusing the FCC official entry into his home. Remember, the FCC official is not a police officer. The fine was reduced to $225 after he proved he had little income. Fortunately, the best the FCC can do is give you a fine. This newsletter will teach YOU how to protect. ...
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