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DOJ Checking My Blog & TSA Implementing Sexual Molestation-type Pat Downs!

Saturday, November 6, 2010 Leave a comment Go to comments

 On October 28th the U.S. Department of Justice seems to have thoroughly checked out my Amended Admiralty/RICO Act Complaint and again on November 5th when they checked out my allegations against the U.S. Marshals Service in Washington, DC as corrupt and obstructing justice.  

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28th Oct 2010 13:29:23 americancommondefencereview.wordpress.com/2010/10/27/amended-admiraltyrico-act-complaint-for-second-amendment-rights-of-u-s-merchant-seamen-to-be-filed-friday-Oct-29th/
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28th Oct 2010 16:12:33 americancommondefencereview.wordpress.com/2010/10/27/amended-admiraltyrico-act-complaint-for-second-amendment-rights-of-u-s-merchant-seamen-to-be-filed-friday-Oct-29th/
28th Oct 2010 16:12:33 americancommondefencereview.wordpress.com/2010/10/27/amended-admiraltyrico-act-complaint-for-second-amendment-rights-of-u-s-merchant-seamen-to-be-filed-friday-Oct-29th/
28th Oct 2010 16:12:36 americancommondefencereview.wordpress.com/2010/10/27/amended-admiraltyrico-act-complaint-for-second-amendment-rights-of-u-s-merchant-seamen-to-be-filed-friday-Oct-29th/
28th Oct 2010 16:12:41 americancommondefencereview.wordpress.com/2010/10/27/amended-admiraltyrico-act-complaint-for-second-amendment-rights-of-u-s-merchant-seamen-to-be-filed-friday-Oct-29th/
28th Oct 2010 16:18:37 americancommondefencereview.wordpress.com/2010/09/27/they-certainly-take-notice-of-me-today/
5th Nov 2010 17:21:32 americancommondefencereview.wordpress.com/2010/10/22/corrupt-u-s-marshals-service-protecting-criminal-federal-judges/

 On November 3rd the Federal Aviation Administration checked out my November 2009 archived page which only one FAA related article titled, Comic Book Indoctrination into Total Surveilance Police-State about new handheld TWIC Card Readers up for government contracts. Why would the FAA be checking out my blog? See Maritime Protective Services blog “Marine Transportation Security News & Views” article titled Good News for TWIC Holders dated August 25, 2010; then check out their September 30, 2010 article titled, One Small Step for the TWIC Program? And finally check out their October 1, 2010 artitle titled, Coast Guard Authorization Act Impacts the TWIC Program.  

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Related to the “Good News for TWIC Holders” story above are recent news reports about TSA sexually molesting-type pat downs at airport security check points. See News Channel 3 Memphis, TN October 29, 2010 story titled Passengers, Pilot Talk About New TSA Pat Downs. See also KFSN-TV Fresno, CA (video news report included) October 28, 2010 story titled, New Intrusive TSA Pat-Down or Rub-Down? And for Alex Jones’ Prison Planet November 5, 2010 online video titled, TSA Fondles Women and Children Refusing Airport Naked Body Scanners.

http://PoliticalNews.Me (registrant located in Garden City, NY) has an October 22, 2010 article titled, Pilot License Fiasco.

“Saying, “This looks like a Three Stooges episode,” U.S. House Transportation and Infrastructure Committee Republican leader John L. Mica (R-FL) called the Federal Aviation Administration’s (FAA) faltering attempt to produce an effective, tamperproof license for thousands of commercial passenger airline pilots another fiasco. …

Mica continued, “This fiasco was brought to us by three finger-pointing agencies – DHS, TSA, and FAA – each blaming or waiting for the others to act first. This looks like a Three Stooges episode.

“This is a sad commentary on federal ineptitude, especially considering that a commercial pilot’s license is one of the most important security documents issued by the government.”

Mica went on to say, “This is only the latest federal ID card fiasco. A Transportation Worker Identification Credential (TWIC) for maritime industry workers was mandated in 2002, and after slow progress and missed deadlines, TSA finally began issuing TWIC cards in October 2007.

“However, even after these delays, there are still no approved readers in use to verify the TWIC’s biometric identifiers. Without any readers,

TWIC cards are no more useful as a biometric ID than the plastic cards issued by the FAA,” Mica said.

Most port employees in the United States are required to purchase the $132.50 high tech TWIC card, the creation of which was required under the Maritime Transportation Security Act of 2002. After Congress grew frustrated with the slow development of the cards, it set a deadline to issue TWIC cards in the SAFE PORT Act of 2006. TSA missed the July 2007 deadline to issue the cards, and has also missed the April 2009 deadline to issue final rules for the deployment of TWIC readers. TSA is still conducting the pilot program and does not expect to issue final rules for the readers until late 2012.

Biometric identification cards are not a new technology for government agencies. The U.S. Department of Defense, the U.S. Department of Energy and most nuclear power plants regulated by the Nuclear Regulatory Commission (NRC) employ biometric technologies in access control, as does the New York Police Department.

WAVY-TV10 has an October 28, 2010 report on the U.S. Coast Guard and other federal, state and local agencies conducting a joint operation in Hampton Roads, Virginia port facilities verifying compliance with federal and state intermodal container, truck, air, rail and hazardous material safety regulations.

“We have a portable TWIC reader,” said Petty Officer 1st Class Bryan Anderson, a marine-science technician in the Port Safety and Security Branch of Coast Guard Sector Hampton Roads. “We use the portable TWIC reader, which also has a biometrics reader, to scan the card and match it up with the driver’s fingerprint. …

Agencies that took part in the operation included: The Coast Guard, Customs and Border Protection, Department of Transportation Pipeline and Hazardous Materials Safety Administration, Immigration and Customs Enforcement, National Cargo Bureau, Virginia International Terminal Port Police VPA, Virginia Emergency Management division, Hampton Police Department, Chesapeake Police Department, Norfolk Police Department and the Norfolk Fire Department and HAZMAT team.

Coast Guard officials say that inspections on containers and trucks entering and leaving the Port of Hampton Roads are frequently conducted by individual agencies focusing on a specific part of the overall safety picture, but this multi-agency strike force operation was one in a series of similar initiatives conducted in ports nationwide since September 1998 that brings the whole picture together and reduces the inspection time delay for shippers.

MY COMMENTARY

Are we free citizens in control of our Government or are we slaves to the Government who can do anything they want to us?

What was it that Ben Franklin said about security and freedom? “He who sacrifices freedom for security deserves neither.”

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