NSA case. Larry Klayman was representing Charles Strange, father of slain Seal Team Six member Michael Strange.Submitted by ptpete25 on Tue, 12/17/2013 - 19:54
This case is even bigger than I thought.
A federal judge has given a ruling in favor of attorney Larry Klayman, ruling the dragnet spying of the NSA unconstitutional. Larry Klayman is a contributor at www.wnd.com. This was a case where Verizon was the defendant. More cases against the other media providers have already been filed by Klayman.
Klayman claims that shortly after filing the lawsuit, he began being electronically harassed. Likely from the government. This is expected from anyone with half a brain.
This ruling is a big victory for liberty. If it holds through appeal, then NSA and NRO spying will have to stop. (The NRO, National Reconnaissance Office, is the real government agency behind the dragnet spying. The NSA, though powerful, is the public front distraction. If Snowden's whistleblowing doesn't eventually expose the NRO, then I think his credibility will become questionable). The NSA collects by threatening companies. The NRO collects everything outside of company cooperation (though certain encryptions may be unreadable to them). *at least as far as I can tell*
Anyway, the big twist to the story in our favor, Larry Klayman was representing plaintiff Charles Strange, father of Michael Strange, a slain Seal Team 6 member. Michael Stange was killed after protocol was not followed and about 20-30 DEVGRU personnel were ordered to board a Chinook (Seal team six would never use such a sitting duck normally). Then, at the last minute, the Afgan flight crew was switched out for new, unknown Afgans. Both black boxes of the airship were claimed by US Generals to have "washed away in a flash flood" when asked by the grieving families. The bodies of the US service members were cremated immediately without family consent. This day, August 6, 2011, was the deadliest day in the Afgan war, and the majority of deaths were members of Seal Team Six, not even 6 months after the mysterious, unverified claims of Osama Bin Laden's death. (As if a dude on dialysis in 2001 would survive 10 years on the lam).
Charles Strange, the plaintiff in this NSA/NRO case, has not been silent on his accusations that the Federal Government played a role in the murder, and coverup of his son's death, Michael, and 20+ other DEVGRU operatives. Other family members of the slain seals have come out publicly stating the same.
This ruling is two truth birds with one stone. This case is huge, a shocker straight from left field. No one expected or knew that a federal judge would give a ruling essentially outlawing dragnet spying (pending appeal). Publicity on this case is guaranteed. This will raise the profile and credibility of Charles Strange. Bringing light to his heartache, and could possibly bring the answers he seeks in his son's murder. Let's make sure that when people hear about this case, they also know about the coverup of the Chinook disaster that killed dozens of Seal Team Six members.
Here is what the NRO thinks about us, this is an actual logo used on a top secret NRO satellite:
WND on the case: