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FLASHBACK: Gore Planned to Bug America
NewsMax ^ | Friday, Nov. 16, 2001 | Charles R. Smith

Posted on 01/16/2006 10:26:32 PM PST by Howlin

Gore Planned to Bug America

Charles R. Smith

Friday, Nov. 16, 2001

Secret documents show Gore rejected 'due process.'

During the 2000 presidential elections, Al Gore claimed to have invented the Internet. Gore's dubious claim of techno-savvy came within days of his admission that he managed to delete all of his e-mail concerning meetings with large DNC money donors.

This article is very long go to the FR link to read the documentation of Gore's work to violate our constitution:


Appeals panel rejects secret court's limits on terrorist wiretaps

From Terry Frieden
Tuesday, November 19, 2002 Posted: 1:24 AM EST (0624 GMT)

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WASHINGTON (CNN) -- The United States has broad authority to use wiretaps and other surveillance techniques to hunt for suspected terrorists, a federal appeals court panel ruled Monday.

In a 56-page opinion overturning a May decision by the Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Court, the three-judge panel said the expanded wiretap guidelines sought by Attorney General John Ashcroft under the new USA Patriot Act law do not violate the Constitution. (More on the USA Patriot Act)

The ruling by the special panel from the U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals for the District of Columbia gives broad surveillance authority to counter-intelligence and counter-terrorism investigators to track individuals considered potential national security threats.

"Our case may well involve the most serious threat our country faces," the panel declared.

The reversal of May's decision by a federal judge represents a victory for the Justice Department and the FBI, which were harshly criticized by the lower court judge for its handling of wiretap applications, and their interpretation of the authority granted the government by the USA Patriot Act.

The ruling represents a setback to the American Civil Liberties Union and National Association of Criminal Defense Lawyers, which had filed briefs opposing the government's position, but there was no immediate decision whether the case would be appealed to the U.S. Supreme Court.

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16 posted on 01/17/2006 8:31:42 AM PST by Howlin
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To: Howlin

I, for one, am extremely thankful to algore for inventing the 'net.
Without al's invention, there'd be no FR to factcheck his a**.

22 posted on 01/17/2006 8:50:28 AM PST by Straight8
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