Time To Investigate The FBI and DOJ For Illegal Surveillance
Department of Justice Office of the Inspector General Gets An "F"
If you are an Elite, for instance, a member of the Republican and Democratic Ruling Class in Washington - Checks and Balances and Oversight exists for you. But if you are an average citizen there is no oversight, there is no justice for you.
A letter I received from The U.S. Department of Justice Office of the Inspector General:
"We have thoroughly reviewed the material and concluded that the issues raised do not warrant an investigation by our Office."
Bullshit, DOJ Office of Inspector General! If you investigated you would have found that Police, Firemen, EMS, Ambulance Drivers, Security Guards and Neighborhood Watch Group members Gang Stalk/MOB, UNREMITTINGLY HARASS, average citizens for years - for over a decade.
Neighborhood Watch Groups Gang Stalking/Mobbing average citizens for years along with Police does not warrant an investigation by your office? This is exactly the kind of lawless overreach that the U.S. Senate Select Committee on Intelligence Activities Within the United States' Report entitled Intelligence Activities and the Rights ofAmericans said on page 7: "Unless new and tighter controls are established by legislation, domestic intelligence activities threaten to undermine our democratic society and fundamentally alter its nature."
So let's throw the DOJ Office of the Inspector General in the same trash bin - as Congress, the President, our press, our state governments. All are a part of our dysfunctional government that no longer works for ordinary Americans.
We're on our own. It's up to us to expose Government Corruption. Until we have Multiple Parties in place of the two Corporate Parties who no longer represent us, unless there is legislation encouraging Whistleblowers in every nook and cranny of government - a "See Something, Say Something" program aimed at the Government itself - it will be Government Corruption as usual for ordinary citizens.
My Comment To Shepard Smith: Support The First President, The First Members of Congress Trying To Hold The FBI and Other Intelligence Agencies Accountable For Surveillance Abuses - 1/31/2018
Mr. Smith, your calling the Nunes' memo a distraction, puts you in the category of the News Media who have given our massive Intelligence-Industrial Complex a pass, not providing the public with the investigation into their wrongdoing that is long overdue. I can personally testify that our Intelligence Agencies are engaging in COINTELPRO-like surveillance abuses. Yes, Congress doesn't care about abuse of the rights of ordinary people, but, at least, Republicans like Nunes are holding the FBI accountable for their surveillance abuse of Elites - something is better than nothing. I am extremely happy that finally we have a President who is making public the abuses of Deep State/our entrenched intelligence agency bureaucracy who use the State Secrets Privilege to hide their misconduct. The fact is oversight of our intelligence agencies is woefully inadequate. Please support the first President, the first members of Congress, who are trying to focus a spotlight on abuses of our intelligence bureaucracy. What we really need is a Church Committee-like probe into the surveillance abuses of the FBI and our vast unaccountable Intelligence bureaucracy.
Don't expose sources and methods? When methods include the Unconstitutional Unremitting Harassment of innocent citizens in Mobbing in perpetuity, we have an obligation to expose it. The State Secrets Doctrine was not meant to Conceal Unconstitutional Behavior From The Public.