Friday, July 6, 2012

UK: Lawful Bank Founder,
Roger Hayes,
Suddenly Arrested

Make this viral!

Got this from someone I refer to as "African Kabuki" who keeps me up on information from South Africa:

"Roger Hayes is apparently well known UK "Freeman on the Land." He was responsible for the "arrest that judge" incident in Birkenhead when hundreds tried to arrest a judge for treason (see here). 

He is the guy who started which is a bank totally free of interest and debt - and it is catching on fast. Out of the blue, he was suddenly arrested.

People from all over the world are going crazy about this and rushing to his aid. In fact, it was even brought up in parliament by an MP!"

Secret UK arrest victims case brought up in the EU Parliament MEP Gerard Batten 4th July 2012. MEP Gerard Batten stands up for arrested British Constitution Group chairman Roger Hayes.

In Addition to the above link people have been asked to call in and report the unlawful arrest Here is one such call...

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Three NSA Whistleblowers Back EFF’s Lawsuit Over Government’s Massive Spying Program

July 5th, 2012
Via: Electronic Frontier Foundation:

San Francisco – Three whistleblowers – all former employees of the National Security Agency (NSA) – have come forward to give evidence in the Electronic Frontier Foundation’s (EFF’s) lawsuit against the government’s illegal mass surveillance program, Jewel v. NSA.

In a motion filed today, the three former intelligence analysts confirm that the NSA has, or is in the process of obtaining, the capability to seize and store most electronic communications passing through its U.S. intercept centers, such as the “secret room” at the AT&T facility in San Francisco first disclosed by retired AT&T technician Mark Klein in early 2006.

“For years, government lawyers have been arguing that our case is too secret for the courts to consider, despite the mounting confirmation of widespread mass illegal surveillance of ordinary people,” said EFF Legal Director Cindy Cohn. “Now we have three former NSA officials confirming the basic facts. Neither the Constitution nor federal law allow the government to collect massive amounts of communications and data of innocent Americans and fish around in it in case it might find something interesting. This kind of power is too easily abused. We’re extremely pleased that more whistleblowers have come forward to help end this massive spying program.”

The three former NSA employees with declarations in EFF’s brief are William E. Binney, Thomas A. Drake, and J. Kirk Wiebe. All were targets of a federal investigation into leaks to the New York Times that sparked the initial news coverage about the warrantless wiretapping program. Binney and Wiebe were formally cleared of charges and Drake had those charges against him dropped.
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