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NSA Warrantless Wiretapping Program
August 18, 2007

C-SPAN: America & The Courts -- Hepting Vs. AT&T (Wednesday, Aug. 15th 2007)

Introduction
It is believed that the US Government’s NSA (1) has an espionage relationship with the AT&T Corporation, in which they use AT&T Telecommunication Services to obtain surveillance data of the US Public. The NSA is protected under the “State Secrets” Privilege to not disclose whether they do this or not, and to what extent they do this. Millions of US Citizens believe that the NSA may misuse this privilege to perform Widespread Dragnet Surveillance of ALL US Citizens through the use of the AT&T Mass Telecommunications Network, which includes wireless cell phones, wired telephones, and high-speed internet.

Evidence: Court Sworn Testimonies of Multiple Witnesses
A splitter cabinet exists within the AT&T Building, which splits / sends a signal from the 7th floor to the SG3 Secure Room (2) on the 6th floor. This room is a Private / Secret Study Room, and is controlled by NSA without legal authorization / a warrant (a warrant may exist, but NSA is protected under “State Secrets” Privilege to not disclose this info). Access to this room is limited to individuals with NSA clearance. It is within this room where the NSA most likely performs their surveillance / acquisition of telecommunications data without our consent. A mass handover / copy of ALL AT&T communications has been proven to occur. (3) We do not know the extent of what occurs inside this room, i.e., human / NSA study of surveillance data, monitoring, filing, transfer, storage, circulation, sharing, etc. It could be speculated that NSA officials copy, store, and transfer / share this data from their AT&T Control Center on the 6th Floor. (4) With whom do they share this data, and for what purpose/s?

NSA is protected under “State Secrets” Privilege, and under Congress Enacted Statutes (5). Also, they have been given this liberty as a result of what occurred on 9/11. NSA has 100% Freedom to perform ANY and ALL surveillance they believe is necessary. They do not need to provide certification or court issued warrant for these surveillance activities, which gives them (the Executive Branch / NSA) the ability to simply do what they want, and to claim “State Secrets” Privilege whenever they want.

State Secrets Privilege (6)
This privilege grants the Executive Branch / NSA the ability to act independently from the Judicial Branch, hence, no need for Court Ordered Warrants. Therefore, the Executive Branch through the NSA goes unchecked. We got a problem with that. hahaha. Our Government was established to prevent any Branch or Order, whether so-called Secret or not, from acting on its own / independently from the Judicial Branch and from the House of Representatives. However, the Congress and Executive Branch may work together to form Congress Enacted Statutes, and once again leaving our Judicial Branch of Government in the dust. hahaha. I don’t like it. The Executives (so-called secret or not) and the Representatives can now work together to establish / form whatever they want. Not Good. Our Government was designed to function cohesively in Three Parts, not One So-Called Secret Part, and not Two Parts either, THREE. What happened over time? Where did we go wrong? When was the New Order created, which did away with the First Original Order? Hmmm. A question we must ALL ask ourselves. When was the So-Called Secret Services Department of the Government created? By whom? And, for what purpose/s? I propose that it was created; so that, over time they could work independently to do whatever they want. Hmmm. Not TRUE FREEDOM for us then. It sounds more like slavery. Oops. When was the NSA established? By whom? And, for what purpose was it created? Most likely to give the Executive Branch of the Government the Ability to function outside of the Judicial Branch, by working closely with the House to establish Congress Enacted Statutes, which give the Executive Branch / NSA the ability to work independently, and also to do whatever they want through “State Secrets” Privilege.

Do you know what amazes me? The NSA goes unchecked, and no one can question anything that they do in Court, because they simply claim “State Secrets” Privilege. Who established this Privilege? When? Why? For what purpose/s? You figure it out. In order to perform unchecked mass surveillance of everyone. Once again, they (the NSA) claim “State Secrets” Privilege, and get away with it all. NO LONGER! YOUR TIME IS UP! YOUR DAY IS OVER! AMEN.

Surveillance Certification Provision
If AT&T or ANY other carrier / service provider receive surveillance certification, then they are obligated to maintain complete confidentiality with respect to what specific surveillance parameters they are granted. They, the service providers, are supposed to receive this surveillance certification with parameters through order of the court/s (Judicial Branch), because they (the service providers) are Private Corporations servicing us, the Public. However, the NSA through AT&T has performed surveillance / monitoring of the US Public without court ordered Certification and parameters. Once again, the NSA has gone unchecked.

Conclusion
The Courts (Judicial Branch) cannot touch the NSA (nor the Executives), because the NSA can assert “State Secrets” Privilege at anytime to ‘cover-up’ Uncertified Surveillance (and to 'cover-up' anything for that matter). In addition, the NSA can Force the courts to dismiss any case they want by simply asserting “State Secrets” Privilege. This Liberates our Government / NSA creating a Libertarian Governmental State, as opposed to the Democratic State that our Forefathers envisioned and established through the Declaration of Independence, and in the American Constitution.

Congress is being used to Enact Statutes that may override our Individual Constitutional Rights. The Judicial Branch may function outside of the Constitution as well by deciding cases, and making orders outside of our Constitution; or, by simply dismissing cases, as a result of “State Secrets” Privilege. Exactly what certain individuals within the Executive / NSA want, and what we should not accept. The Executive Branch, including NSA, may receive Power / Liberty to override our Constitutionally Given Rights as well. Perhaps, they already have.?! We must be aware, we must be alert, we must be awake, we must be careful, and we must endure until the end.


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(1) http://www.nsa.gov/about/ -- NSA: A high technology organization, NSA is on the frontiers of communications and data processing. And it seems they are working quite closely with AT&T. Don’t fall for AT&T’s Grand Marketing Scheme/s. Go with Comcast instead. Hahaha. However, they ALL will be controlled by the NSA if we are NOT careful. :) Look Out.
(2) Hepting Vs. AT&T: Lawyers have proven through sworn testimonies of multiple AT&T employees / witnesses that this SG3 Secure Room exists within AT&T.
(3) Hepting Vs. AT&T: Lawyers have proven through sworn testimonies of multiple AT&T employees / witnesses that a mass handover / copy of ALL AT&T telecommunications occurs at the splitter cabinet on the 7th floor to the 6th floor SG3 Secure Room / NSA's AT&T Control Center.
(4) Hey Guys Great Choice of Floor. You chose the 6th Floor to perform your duties. hahaha. Kind of obvious huh. :)
(5) Congress Enacted Statutes: Statutory Provisions established, so that we do not have to be notified that we are under surveillance by use of a device. Then the NSA goes unchecked and does whatever they want with the data collected.
(6) http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/State_Secrets_Privilege



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Oct 23 2007, 09:06 PM #4

What's going on with the Hepting case? A federal court heard (brief) arguments a couple of months ago, with the government claiming it didn't have to answer for itself because of 'state secrets' -- an argument that didn't seem to sit well with at least one of the judges from what i recall. I'm not even sure what the hearing was about -- maybe a motion to dismiss?

Any info would be appreciated....this is, as you note, a very important case.
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Oct 23 2007, 09:20 PM #5

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Of course it was dismissed, along with every other case against the American Government / Executive Branch regarding "State Secrets".

All the Government has to do in any case is just claim ""State Secrets", and the case is dismissed ... NO QUESTIONS ASKED!. "In Silence is Power." IT IS RIDICULOUS!!! With this Privilege the Government / Executive Branch goes un-checked and they are able to do Whatever they want Whenever they want.

When will this Madness End?!?!?!


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