Friday, October 25, 2013

Well, Americans for Tax Reform and Ryan Ellis

can kiss my ass.

More on the violation of law by DHS and the Maryland Staasi.  And the Coast Guard is added to the list of agencies that can kiss our ass.
“They tore my office apart more than any other room in my house,” she said, adding agents did not take other potentially non-TSA-related documents from the office.

“I had a box full of [Department of Defense] notes,” she said. “They didn’t touch those.”

Some of the files included notes that she had used to expose how the Federal Air Marshal Service had lied to Congress during the years after the Sept. 11, 2001, terrorist attacks about the number of airline flights that the service was actually protecting against another terrorist attack.
Miserable excuses for lawmen acting as enforcers for politicians.  Hope they feel real good about themselves.
“Protecting confidential sources is a part of my honor and hits me at my ethical core,” said Mrs. Hudson. “To have someone steal my source information and know it could impact people’s careers, is disgusting, a massive overreach. This kind of conduct is intimidation clearly aimed at silencing a vigorous press.”
And finding whistleblowers to screw, don't forget that.


Anonymous said...

She left confidential information laying around. Shows just how seriously she takes security. Shows how poorly trained she is for this sort of work. She either knew, or should have known how to secure this information, and failed to act. Now her sources are screwed.

It doesn't matter if the cause is carelessness, incompetence, or malice. One would have to be a fool to expect confidentiality from a reporter any more, and that makes Obama smile.

It won't cause HER any discomfort. Maybe Obama called ahead and asked her to leave these papers out, so they could "borrow" them. Watch to see if she gets special access in the future as a reward for her "carelessness."

Chris Mallory said...

The Coast Guard has long been a major violator of Constitutional rights. They claim the power to board any vessel to make a "safety inspection". Live on a houseboat and take it out under power on a navigable waterway? Wave good bye to your 4th Amendment protections. The same goes for your bass boat or the jon boat you use for duck hunting.