Sunday, May 3, 2015
2 members of Supreme Court 'targeted by U.S. spies'
So this is how 'Obamacare' was forced down our throats! -Ed.
Klayman, founder of FreedomWatch, successfully sued the National Security Agency in 2013 over the collection of telephone metadata from Verizon customers that was detailed in documents released by intelligence-document leaker Edward Snowden. In December 2013, U.S. District Judge Richard Leon ruled the NSA program likely is unconstitutional and ordered the government to stop collecting data on the two plaintiffs. He stayed his injunction pending appeal, however, “in light of the significant national security interests at stake in this case and the novelty of the constitutional issues.”
Wednesday, Klayman filed a reply in support of motion to lift that stay, arguing that in the 16 months since it was imposed, “the federal government has continued its unconstitutional practices and violated the rights of hundreds of millions of Americans.”
Related: Exposing the Fraud of Obamacare