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    US Military out of control - gotta use these toys - conviction overturned

    Navy criminal investigators repeatedly and routinely peeked into the computers of private citizens in Washington state and elsewhere


    Senior 9th Circuit Judge Andrew Kleinfeld found that the case “amounts to the military acting as a national police force to investigate civilian law violations by civilians.”


    “This,” Levin said, “is the real militarization of police — when the military becomes the police.”


    http://seattletimes.com/html/localne...yporn1xml.html

    Who thinks the military protects our freedoms? I don't think so....
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    Quote Originally Posted by davidmcbeth View Post
    Navy criminal investigators repeatedly and routinely peeked into the computers of private citizens in Washington state and elsewhere


    Senior 9th Circuit Judge Andrew Kleinfeld found that the case “amounts to the military acting as a national police force to investigate civilian law violations by civilians.”


    “This,” Levin said, “is the real militarization of police — when the military becomes the police.”


    http://seattletimes.com/html/localne...yporn1xml.html

    Who thinks the military protects our freedoms? I don't think so....
    I am not surprised by this.

    Since the turn of the 20th Century, America has been moving towards state socialism/totalitarianism and what I have noticed it has accelerated since 9-11 and it will only get worse. I see technology as an enemy of freedom, not that technology is in itself the problem, but how the State uses the new technologies to oppress and control its subjects or citizens depending on ones view.

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