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Former Department of Justice prosecutor Larry Klayman has filed a $3 billion class-action lawsuit in US District Court for the District of Columbia against President Obama, Eric Holder, Director of the NSA Keith Alexander, the CEO of Verizon, the NSA, Verizon Communications, the Department of Justice, and the judge of the US Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Court Robert Vinson who rubber-stamped the illegal NSA spying program for violating Plaintiffs’ constitutional rights, Plaintiffs’ reasonable expectation of privacy, free speech and association, right to be free of unreasonable searches and seizures, and due process rights.

The suit specifically alleges the defendants violated the 1st, 4th, and 5th amendments of the US Constitution, and is an outrageous breach of privacy, freedom of speech, freedom of association, and the due process rights of American citizens.

Any Verizon Communications customer is welcome to join the $3 billion class action suit.
Klayman’s full suit is below:

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    • Cases that are throw out because someone cannot “prove” something always seem ridiculous to me.  After all, is it not the purpose of a trial to gather and present evidence as well as oral and written testimony that a crime or injury has in fact occurred, that the defendants were in fact the cause of said injury or crime, and that suitable restitution and / or punishment be meted out per US law?  Seems to me that it is but then I am neither a lawyer nor a judge (one of my better attributes!).  In some cases of this type, the case is tossed because the plaintiffs are ruled by the judge not to have “standing” in the case, which is necessary to bring such a suit.  Typically, in order to have standing, one must be able to demonstrate that they have in fact been injured by the defendants.  However this goes, it will be interesting to see whether the case is allowed to move forward.  If it is allowed to move forward, it will also be interesting to see if it makes it to the US Supreme Court for final adjudication.

  1. Barrack Hussein Obama (II)   Huh  There are two of of these SOBs?   to be considered a  II,  don’t you have to pledge your alleigance to your father’s country.  Sorry, being a wiseacre again.
    Be sure to remind me that when Verizon loses, please send me my part of the settlement in silver.
    Holder’s middle name is Himpton?  How did he acquire that  part of his ‘slave name’.    From one of JP Morgans’s banker friends? 
    Hey Eric, your momma was ‘doing’ bankers.  LOL

    • Actually, anyone can have a “II” after their name regardless of other conditions.  ;-)
       
      Check this out:   http://www.youtube.com/watch?feature=player_detailpage&v=edyJ4oS8kz0

  2. Good to see Larry Klayman stepping up to the plate…..wouldnt suprise me if the US Government declares that they are above the law, and nothing happens.
     
    A good initiative, however, I wish him Godspeed !

  3. Filed 6/9/2013, this week–not last week!  Also, as of 6/12/2013, the overall amount of the suit has increased to $23 Billion.
     
    Sadly, what is a monetary fine or penalty to a group of people who have given themselves the authority to print ‘money’ out of thin air?  There can be no justice or fairness in the system until the day of return to a sound monetary system.

  4. The court room will not change anything, we know that by now.    The court system works when there is a rule of law, that left sometime ago.
    First you try to be civil and use the law, if that fails, you move on to your next options.
     

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