Dy’er Sez: Citing that it would expose ongoing intelligence work, Attorney General Holder is planning on dropping a lawsuit filed against the government over wireless wiretapping of the American public. Recently, Obama signed into law a bill which made the release of torture photos and information neigh impossible, making him a war criminal by covering up the war crimes of the Bush administration. Now he is making sure that his, as well as the prior administration, will never be taken to task for unconstitutional snooping on the American public.

And considering the reason for dropping said lawsuit is to keep from exposing ongoing intelligence work, it’s plainly obvious that wireless wiretapping is continuing under Obama.

Sing with me: Meet the new boss

Same as the old boss.

Story from AP:

Obama administration: Toss wiretap lawsuit

By DEVLIN BARRETT, Associated Press Writer

WASHINGTON – Attorney General Eric Holder says a lawsuit in San Francisco over warrantless wiretapping threatens to expose ongoing intelligence work and must be thrown out.

In making the argument, the Obama administration agreed with the Bush administration’s position on the case but insists it came to the decision differently. A civil liberties group criticized the move Friday as a retreat from promises President Barack Obama made as a candidate.

Holder’s effort to stop the lawsuit marks the first time the administration has tried to invoke the state secrets privilege under a new policy it launched last month designed to make such a legal argument more difficult.

Under the state secrets privilege, the government can have a lawsuit dismissed if hearing the case would jeopardize national security.


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