This judge certainly had courage since the pay offs for violating the powers that be's edicts, has definitely cost some their ultimate price for doing so. I wonder if he pondered the consequences of his going against the khazar Zionist bankers?
BREAKING NEWS: Federal Judge rules entire NSA data collection program unconstitutional - a violation of the 4th.
by admin, 12160.com, December 16, 2013
program (stayed pending appeal).
Judge Leon recognizes that his holding conflicts with the reasoning of other district courts, but he expresses confidence that he is correct and that James Madison would be “aghast” at the NSA’s telephony metadata program. Finding the entire NSA metadata program unconstitutional, Judge Leon enjoins it, but he stays his order pending appeal to the DC Circuit.
This is a GREAT ruling, but unfortunately, it’s not going to do a thing in practice right now. He “enjoined” the entire program, but “stayed” his own decision, pending appeal – which will be coming.
In other words. He put a stop to the program, but put his own order on hold. NSA surveillance will continue.
And we will continue our work to #NullifyNSA – because we don’t trust the higher courts to do the right thing.
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1. Get the model 4th Amendment Protection Act for your state (pdf):
2. Contact your STATE representative/assemblyperson AND State Senator. Strongly, but respectfully, encourage them to introduce the act for your state. A phone call is much more powerful than an email. Or do both. Contact info HERE.
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