Skip to comments.Obama Donor Charged in Death Threat Against House GOP Whip Cantor
Posted on 03/29/2010 10:46:29 AM PDT by kristinn
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The associated blog has been deleted. I wonder if there is a shadow copy somewhere.
But it seems clear that this person who threatened to murder Rep Cantor and his family was a gay, muslim, Huffington Post member, Obama supporter. No wonder we're not seeing that info in the news.
the guy is a self-described gay muslim.
Thank you! These are great! He’s a freakin’ lunatic!
“soon there will be a shortage of Dogs (all breeds on Gods earth! Gods Atonement has started on 9-19-09! God is coming”
Zccording to “norman Go’s last prophet on Earth” there will also be a shortage of “pudy-cats” and America’s toilets.
Okay, gang, you learned #1 rule for threatening a Congressman: Don’t post it on YouTube. A lesson directly from “norman God’s last prophet on Earth.”
The HP guy is a “Sr.”....si it appears you are right and it is the “Jr.” who is under arrest.
Yup, a gay, muslim, Huffington Post member, and he donated money to the Obama campaign. That's a 4 layered loser.
Jeeze .. quite a cute combo:
gay, muslim, disabled, AND demented.
The FBI says Norman Leboon, 38, told investigators he was the “son of the god of Enoch” and that he had posted a video on the Internet threatening to kill the Virginia congressman and his family.
According to the FBI affidavit, Leboon allegedly said in the video:
“Remember Eric ... our judgment time, the final Yom Kippur has been given. You are a liar, you’re a Lucifer, you’re a pig, a greedy [expletive] pig. You’re an abomination. You receive my bullets in your office. Remember they will be placed in your heads. You and your children are Lucifer’s abominations.”
Turns out he’s a mental case. In one of his videos he stated that he’s the “son of the god of Enoch” and that his father speaks through him. He called Cantor “pure evil”. Lots more nutty stuff. The FBI have been investigating this and protecting Cantor as I understand it.
a Norman Leboon Sr. video...
Oh, so he's a member of Obama's cabinet...
You’re the winner of the prize for the mega-buck observation.
Now, since I don’t have the time to do so, here’s a confirmation test:
Look at the guy’s address/zip. Look at the contributions of other people within a small geographical radius to the rally site.
Males with Nipples
I created my boys as men (with nipples) so when my boys and girls sit on your lap and my boys receive there orgasm (so my boys and girls can do the sukkle on your male nipples) I created my children to LOVE and LOVE and LOVE as I gave the pictures of God and my angels (boys and girls of 9 years old) in the Vatican city as I created the city in Rome! "I do as I please with MY children as they are ALL mine!
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Yep and it seems to be a family matter. The two sons he mentions. Was one of his sons arrested for the threat to Cantor?
The FBI is swarming all over the family of militia types in Ill.(?)
Are they anywhere near a full scale assault on this guys little Clan.
Wonder whatelse these guys have up their sleeves?
I wonder how many donations in those amounts were made in the days following that rally? It could show that prepaid VISA cards were handed out.
And an Obama supporter, of course.
Someone should let the Coffee Party know that one of their wingnuts is in trouble. I mean, he has to come from them right? That’s sad for them. Now they’ll only have 9 active members.
Okay, that’s weapons-grade craziness right there.
He’s been a paranoid nutcase for a while now:
“May 12, 2006: Telecoms Sued over Allegedly Illegal Cooperation with NSAs Domestic Spying Program
Two public interest lawyers sue Verizon Communications for $5 billion, claiming the telecommunications firm violated privacy laws by giving the phone records of its customers to the NSA for that agencys secret, warrantless domestic surveillance program. Lawyers Bruce Afran and Carl Mayer are asking that Verizon stop turning over its records to the NSA without either a court order or the consent of the customer. Afran says of the NSA program, This is the largest and most vast intrusion of civil liberties weve ever seen in the United States. [CBS News, 5/12/2006] Days later, AT&T and BellSouth are added to the lawsuit. [CNN, 5/17/2006]
Verizon Helped Build an NSA Database? - The day before, the press reports that the NSA has built a database of millions of domestic phone records since shortly after the 9/11 attacks, using records from Verizon, BellSouth, and AT&T (see May 11, 2006). Former Qwest CEO Joe Nacchio, whose firm refused to cooperate with the NSA, says that he was approached months before the attacks to help set up such a program (see February 27, 2001). The NSA has the power, under President Bushs interpretation of his wartime authority, to have the agency eavesdrop on international calls made to or from the US, but cannot legally eavesdrop on internal calls unless it has a court order. The lawsuit claims that the telecoms violated the Constitution and the Telecommunications Act by giving its records to the government without court authorization. The lawsuit seeks $1,000 for each violation of the Telecommunications Act, or $5 billion if the case is certified as a class-action suit. The lawyers are seeking documents detailing the origins of the NSA program, as well as Bushs own role in authorizing the program. Federal law prohibits the phone companies from giving records to the government without a warrant, says Afran. There was no warrant, nor was there any attempt to get warrants, which is in violation of the constitution and the Telecommunications Act. [CBS News, 5/12/2006; CNET News, 5/15/2006] Afran says, One of the purposes of this case is to, quite frankly, hold the threat of financial destruction over the heads of the phone companies to make them abandon this policy of cooperating with warrantless searches by the government. [National Public Radio, 5/17/2006] The lawsuit alleges that Verizon constructed a dedicated fiber optic line from New Jersey to a large military base in Quantico, Virginia, that allowed government officials to gain access to all communications flowing through the carriers operations center. A former consultant who worked on internal security will later say he had tried numerous times to install safeguards on the line to prevent hacking on the system, as he was doing for other lines at the operations center, but he was prevented from doing so by a senior security official. One of the allegations against Verizon in the lawsuit is made by Philadelphia resident Norman LeBoon, who says after he read of the alleged surveillance of US citizens, he began asking Verizon if his landline communications were being shared. LeBoon says he eventually spoke with Ellen in Verizon customer service, who told him, I can tell you, Mr. LeBoon, that your records have been shared with the government, but thats between you and me. They [Verizon] are going to deny it because of national security. The government is denying it and we have to deny it, too. Around here we are saying that Verizon has plausible deniability. [Truthdig, 8/9/2007]
AT&T Grants Unlimited Access? - The lawsuit claims that in February 2001, days before Qwest was approached, NSA officials met with AT&T officials to discuss replicating an AT&t network center to give the agency access to all the global phone and e-mail traffic that ran through it (see February 2001).
Earlier Reporting Made Key Error - Earlier reporting of the NSAs cooperation with the telecoms got a key detail wrong, says telecom analyst Scott Cleland: What I think people got wrong with the original reporting, was that this was local phone companies tracking local phone calls. What is clear now is they were tracking long distance calls. [National Public Radio, 5/17/2006] “