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Holder: don't fear 'coward' 9/11 plotter trial

Attorney General Eric Holder told critics Wednesday not to cower at the prospect of a New York trial for professed Sept. 11 mastermind Khalid Sheikh Mohammed. (Video by the Associated Press.)

  • For more on this story, see "Holder: 'We need not cower' ahead of trials for 9/11 plotters" by Carrie Johnson.
  • By Garance Franke-Ruta  |  November 18, 2009; 12:17 PM ET
    Categories:  44 The Obama Presidency , Video Report  
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    We know the Fort Hood shooter was harassed, probably "community stalked." Was he also a target of this secret government program?

    COVERT FED PROGRAM TORTURES, IMPAIRS 'TARGETED' U.S. CITIZENS WITH MICROWAVE/LASER RADIATION 'DIRECTED ENERGY' WEAPONS SYSTEMS

    Thousands of unjustly targeted Americans are being physically harmed and silently tortured by a nationwide microwave and laser radiation "directed energy weapon" system that uses cell tower-like transmitters, satellites and portable devices to inflict pain, impairment and illness upon thousands of Americans targeted by a covert federal "multi-agency coordinated action program"...

    ...THE WEAPONIZATION OF THE ELECTROMAGNETIC SPECTRUM... a covert torture matrix used to commit silent, debilitating assaults on citizens and entire families who have been extrajudicially "targeted" as "dissidents" or undesirables.

    This Bush-Cheney- spawned "final solution" also may have the nation's political leadership in its ideologically-driven cross-hairs.

    The technology is capable of inducing not only pain, but extreme fatigue, weakness, exhaustion, confusion, mood changes, strokes, aneurysms, diseases such as cancer, and a "slow-kill" death.

    And key elements of the federal bureaucracy -- chief among them the defense/security/intel establishment -- are proliferating these technologies by various modalities -- reportedly, from hand-held weaponry to satellite and terrestrial cell tower based delivery systems.

    Deposed Honduras President Manuel Zelaya has confirmed that microwave weapons have been used by his nation's military as torture tool.

    American citizens and families targeted by this covert torture matrix also are subject to financial sabotage that decimates their livelihoods and financial resources...

    ...and relentless "community stalking" -- harassment, surreptitious home entries and vandalism, perpetrated by government-enabled vigilantes who are affiliated with federally-funded community policing and anti-terrorism organizations.

    Warrantless, covert placement of warrantless GPS tracking devices and misuse of cell phone technology to hunt down the unjustly targeted enables this grassroots terrorism. But the Obama administration continues to allow these warrantless intrusions into the lives of unjustly targeted American families.

    PRESIDENT OBAMA/CONGRESS:

    BAN the use of microwave/laser radiation directed energy weapons against the American people (including experimentation); and

    BAN the warrantless tracking of individuals via GPS or cellphone technology -- the electronic backbone of an American Gestapo now operating on YOUR watch.

    http://nowpublic.com/world/gestapo-usa-govt-funded-vigilante-network-terrorizes-america

    OR (if link is corrupted / disabled): http://NowPublic.com/scrivener RE: "GESTAPO USA, " "GOV'T TORTURES ME WITH SILENT MICROWAVE WEAPONS, SAYS OUSTED HONDURAS PREZ "

    Posted by: scrivener50 | November 18, 2009 10:40 PM | Report abuse

    It's hard to believe that the Al Qaeda guys in jail are a threat comparable to those on the loose.
    The Republican mantra seems to come down to the argumant that once someone is accused of being a terrorist, they don't deserve a trial to find out whether they are.

    Posted by: F_L_Palmer | November 18, 2009 12:55 PM | Report abuse

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