Wednesday, September 11, 2013

Senate Approved Surveillance Abuser as Federal Judge

The U.S. Senate informed the citizenry that most Congressional actions are simply for show in approving serial surveillance abuse Valerie Caproni as a Federal Judge for the Southern District of New York.  The Senate approved Caproni by a vote of 73-24. Loyal soldiers get their reward, even when they've been unjust.

I imagine during the vote Senator John McCain tweeted about his visit to the Gadhafi Ranch and played poker on his I-Phone. 

Update 9-19-13:   Private plaintiffs claim Iran owns part of 650 Fifth Avenue in New York and are legally pursuing forfeiture.  Who stands to make a bonanza in such a case?  Also, the Southern District of New York is the lynchpin for holding onto intrusive surveillance.