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Former Justice Department prosecutor Larry Klayman -Daily Dear Patriot,
We the People have recently learned that the President Barack Obama is using his National Security Agency to spy on us, by intercepting our private and confidential telephone messages, emails and internet postings to use against us. In this way it can obviously coerce and blackmail the American people to remain silent to his power grab, which is intended to transform our beloved nation into his dream of a socialist state.
Looking for millions of Americans to stand together and join with us in the class action lawsuits we have already filed in federal court in Washington, D.C. against the Obama adminisration, its corporate enablers and the judge who went along with their power grab, in order to take back our constitutionally protected rights of privacy, freedom of association and the right to be free from unreasonable searches and seizures of our most private personal communications and due process. Without millions of American citizens fighting for freedom, we fear that our great country will be totally destroyed if President Obama is allowed to continue spying on all of our telephone calls, email and internet postings. PLEASE READ THIS CAREFULLY AS OUR CLASS ACTION CASES HAVE ALREADY BEEN FILED AND ARE IN PROGRESS AND WE NEED YOU TO JOIN IN THE FIGHT TO PRESERVE OUR FREEDOMS BEFORE ALL IS LOST! . . . Read Complete Report
Former Justice Department prosecutor Larry Klayman filed a federal class-action lawsuit Wednesday against the nine companies named in a top-secret National Security Agency document published June 6 as partners in the NSA’s PRISM Internet surveillance program.
The lawsuit seeks $20 billion in damages and attorney fees and an injunction ending the highly controversial program that began in 2007.
In addition to the nine companies named in a leaked NSA slideshow as providing government investigators direct, real-time access to their servers – AOL, Apple, Facebook, Google, Microsoft, PalTalk, Skype, Yahoo! and YouTube – the lawsuit targets the CEOs of each company, the telecom companies AT&T and Sprint and their CEOs, President Barack Obama, Attorney General Eric Holder, NSA director Keith Alexander, the Department of Justice and the NSA.