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EVDebs Donating Member (1000+ posts) Send PM | Profile | Ignore Sun Feb-26-06 01:25 PM
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164. ChoicePoint's info will go to Bahamas, under Global Information Group's
Edited on Sun Feb-26-06 01:35 PM by EVDebs
contracts and phone lines; from there the ability to surreptitiously terrorize US citizens from a secure, offshore, and privatized system emerges.

Total Surveillance ...

Couple this insidious technology with purposely erroneous background checks

Who is checking the background checkers?

They've offshored, outsourced, and privatized TIA to the Bahamas, under Global Information Group, Ltd, run by Ben H. Bell, IIIrd.

Now all they have to do is fire you for being 'of the wrong political party' and put false information in your background data...and voila ! You've just created the most insidious terror project in the US ever.

Problem is that the information is often compromised that ChoicePoint itself uses:
""But Alan Paller, director of research at the Bethesda, Md.-based SANS Institute, said the California law is probably necessary because of the kinds of crime that are occurring. A group in Russia and Ukraine has been acquiring customer data, extorting money to prevent its release and then selling it anyway. Paller believes some companies are paying off the extortionists in an attempt to contain the damage.""

So it seems that corrupted information from offshore is being used to allow for a corrupted legal system's abuse of said information in order to abuse US citizen's who are exercising their lawful right to dissent during eternal 'wartime', if I get this scenario correctly.

Vegans from Georgia and Quakers from Florida, and students in California along with Ragin' Grannies and CodePink ladies, who protest on-campus military recruiting seem to be the latest targets. The Rex84 detainment camps (Bush's 'new programs' mentioned in recent truthout articles) show that the old Ollie North 'suspend the Constitution' in order to round up dissenters is still alive and well:

""Plus, there was that curious development in January when the Army Corps of Engineers awarded Halliburton subsidiary Kellogg Brown & Root a $385 million contract to construct detention centers somewhere in the United States, to deal with an emergency influx of immigrants into the U.S., or to support the rapid development of new programs, KBR said. ...Less attention centered on the phrase rapid development of new programs and what kind of programs would require a major expansion of detention centers, each capable of holding 5,000 people. Jamie Zuieback, a spokeswoman for Immigration and Customs Enforcement, declined to elaborate on what these new programs might be.

Only a few independent journalists, such as Peter Dale Scott and Maureen Farrell, have pursued what the Bush administration might actually be thinking.

Scott speculated that the detention centers could be used to detain American citizens if the Bush administration were to declare martial law. He recalled that during the Reagan administration, National Security Council aide Oliver North organized Rex-84 readiness exercise, which contemplated the Federal Emergency Management Agency rounding up and detaining 400,000 refugees, in the event of uncontrolled population movements over the Mexican border into the United States. ""

from Bush's Mysterious 'New Programs'
By Nat Parry
February 21, 2006

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