Wednesday, November 7, 2012

It Has Been Confirmed The U.S. Government Is Spying On Scientists And Doctors

U.S. Attorney General, Eric Holder and President Barack Obama
This week it was confirmed via a lawsuit against the U.S. FDA that the government has been spying on "scientists" and "doctors" by illegally hacking and reading their emails, among other things. The lawsuit was filed by employees of the FDA, who are "doctors" and "scientists" that blew the whistle, regarding the government jeopardizing the public's health and lives (see article below for more information).
For over 3-years the Judiciary Report has maintained that the U.S. Government has been spying on "doctors", "scientists", professors, select business people and bloggers that show promise or insight in the areas of medicine, science, technology, commerce and or politics. See the following Judiciary Report articles that were published previously asserting these claims:
May 28, 2011 Obama And Congress Extend The Privacy Invading Patriot Act: The Patriot Act has been abused by the government for political control, using the FBI to spy on domestic rival political, scientists, doctors, journalists and bloggers, in gaining an undue advantage in elections
April 20, 2010 FBI Reproved For Spying On Journalists: These thoroughly perverse forms of spying have been utilized by the FBI against innocent Americans, such as scientists, doctors and professors (who do groundbreaking research and patents) and journalists and bloggers (who write exposes or unflattering articles about the Bureau or their affiliates). 
May 20, 2009 Spying To Steal: The fact of the matter is, the FBI and NSA, have used CIPAV and Echelon, respectively, to spy on scientists, inventors and corporate entities of other nations, inside and outside America, to steal proprietary data and pass it on to large U.S. companies).
August 31, 2009 Aisha v. FBI lawsuit goes into specific incidents regarding the FBI illegally hacking and reading my emails, many of which have to do with science, medicine, technology and entertainment copyrights and patents, some of which were unlawfully passed around the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI), quoted on their website without attribution or permission and sent to other entities that had no business or right accessing them. 
I have copies of my original copyrights and time stamped emails regarding them and the later infringements by the FBI via articles they published on their website and in several separate and unrelated federal indictments of others, such as businessmen, a multi-million dollar computer company, two scientists and three hackers. 
In the not too distant future, I'm going to give the FBI the Daily Mail treatment, where I publish a copy of my preexisting, time stamped emails I have saved and backed up on discs, then the later infringements by the FBI on their website and in federal indictments. The FBI has done it so many times, I can publicly cite at least 50 verbatim instances, via the aforementioned comparative method, as seen in the Daily Mail article. The evidence is undeniable.   
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