The FBI and I: A Long Trek Over The Past (7 of 7)

Those are the main concerns I recall I’ve had about the FBI. There are others that do not come to mind at the moment. My knowledge is only limited to the Boston office so I imagine at the 56 field offices and their many sub divisions there are similar types of problems.  It is not a problem free office and the perception of problems stems from the secrecy in which it operates and also from the acquiescence of Congress which up until now has been fearful of it.

The idea now is not to throw out the baby with the bath water. The FBI has talented, honest, and capable agents who act professionally. There are some changes needed in it but these can be done easily if the will is there. Those seeking its destruction because they are part of the Trump cult seeking to hide any crimes he may have committed must be ignored.

Congress may want to set up a select committee or appoint some prominent officials to do a study of it but not until the biased Trump clones now running it are no longer leading the committees. The safety and security of America in large part depends on the FBI. We should act to protect it while demanding more openness and more adherence to the civil rights of the people.

Judge Brandies had it right. He  said: “Publicity is justly commended as a remedy for social and industrial diseases. Sunlight is said to be the best of disinfectants; electric light the most efficient policeman.”  Or expressed differently we should light a candle rather than curse the darkness.

Speaking of light we should also listen to the final words of the Great Communicator. He said:

The past few days when I’ve been at that window upstairs, I’ve thought a bit of the “shining city upon a hill.” The phrase comes from John Winthrop, who wrote it to describe the America he imagined. What he imagined was important because he was an early Pilgrim, an early freedom man. He journeyed here on what today we’d call a little wooden boat; and like the other Pilgrims, he was looking for a home that would be free.

I’ve spoken of the shining city all my political life, but I don’t know if I ever quite communicated what I saw when I said it. But in my mind it was a tall, proud city built on rocks stronger than oceans, windswept, God-blessed, and teeming with people of all kinds living in harmony and peace; a city with free ports that hummed with commerce and creativity. And if there had to be city walls, the walls had doors and the doors were open to anyone with the will and the heart to get here. That’s how I saw it, and see it still.

And how stands the city on this winter night? More prosperous, more secure, and happier than it was 8 years ago. But more than that: After 200 years, two centuries, she still stands strong and true on the granite ridge, and her glow has held steady no matter what storm. And she’s still a beacon, still a magnet for all who must have freedom, for all the pilgrims from all the lost places who are hurtling through the darkness, toward home.

We’ve done our part. And as I walk off into the city streets, a final word to the men and women of the Reagan revolution, the men and women across America who for 8 years did the work that brought America back. My friends: We did it. We weren’t just marking time. We made a difference. We made the city stronger, we made the city freer, and we left her in good hands. All in all, not bad, not bad at all.

And so, goodbye, God bless you, and God bless the United States of America.

24 replies on “The FBI and I: A Long Trek Over The Past (7 of 7)”

  1. Wanted, three bums to hang-out on a grassy knoll. Where are those hobos, when, their country needs them? Perhaps, they are just off-stage, putting on their costumes for the next act.


    FBI file reveals some of the secrets of Howard Hunt’s White House safe
    by Emma Best
    July 17, 2018
    A recently released Federal Bureau of Investigation file, which the Bureau previously said they couldn’t find any record of, sheds a sliver of light on an enduring Watergate mystery: the contents of E. Howard Hunt’s White House safe, which was cracked open and its contents eventually given to the FBI after the Watergate arrests. In typical fashion for matters that touch on the Central Intelligence Agency (including anything involving Hunt), the answers offered up by the FBI file raise additional questions when they’re interrogated.
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  3. a few people become a legend in their lifetime

    John Judge was one such person

    Hidden History Center – A Gateway for Truth
    In order to have real democracy, economic justice, peace and a unified society, we have to both envision our own liberation in our time and take back our history, power and moral integrity

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  4. Former lifelong War Monger and Deep State Hack John Brennan (CIA, 25-plus years; CIA director under Obama, a National Security Advisor on “terrorism” under Obama”) recently said President Trump’s meeting with Putin was “treasonous”; Brennan, the liar, who thinks words are infinitely malleable and the truth infinitely spinable if it served and saves the DEEP STATE, his pension, his “stature” and his cronies’ well being, does not know the definition of treason (see below) which is giving aid and comfort to the Enemy in “A Time of War” . . .and Enemy is also defined precisely by US LAW, which Brennan has swore to uphold . . .or Brennan does know the definition of treason and deliberately misuses the word for his agit-prop Deep State War Mongering, Interventionistic, Hubristic, Selfish purposes.

    Laughably on TV (NBC) Brennan had the unmitigated gall and nerve to accuse Russia of attempting to “influence other nation’s policies and politics” . . .what the Hell does he think He and his CIA Deep State buddies have been doing since Vietnam and long before, since the Spanish-American and Mexican American Wars. All countries try to influence others’ policies and politics. America is the world’s leader in doing so consistently and unabashedly to its discredit for 150-plus years.

    Brennan is a typical war mongering interventionistic American Imperialist, a lifelong FED Hack, A LIFELONG DEEP STATE BUREAUCRAT affixiated to abusing power and lying to the American People . . . .he believes the DEEP STATE is above Congress, the Courts and the Executive Branches of government established by the Constitution . . . .he acts like a hack who thinks he’s only accountable to the DEEP STATE, a.k.a. CIA, National Security Hacks . . . The DEEP STATE must be gutted, de-balled and made into agencies manned by Public Servants . . .not war mongering imperialistic know it alls . . .

    Trump is right to distrust our DEEP STATE intelligence agencies who gave us Vietnam and needless Middle East Wars, “Weapons of Mass Destruction” and who covertly supported the DEMS and NEOCONS who supported Hillary’s Hillarian Hegemonistic view of American Power . . .e.g. bomg Libya, first, then figure out what we’re doing, or Madeline Albright’s view that starving to death 650,000 Iraqi children was, in her opinion, “worth it.”

    Rid the nation of the likes of Brennan and Albright . . .build better relations with Russia . . .Russia is not our “enemy” . . .we can establish better relations for a more peaceful world, by first recognizing as Americans that we should be among the last in the second half of the twentieth century and first decades of the twenty-first to throw stones at anyone . . .put our own house in order . . .clean house of the DEEP STATE inverventionists

    Also, Mueller proved how corrupt and bias he is once again by releasing that report on russian hackers just two days before Trump’s meeting with Putin . . . Mueller’s brazen intent, supported by the leftist-pro-Dem, Trump-adverse MEDIA was to hamstring Trump, to compromise him, to force him to raise issues Mueller and the Leftists wanted to be raised . . .It reminded of what the Clerk of the Boston Federal Appeals Court did when John Connolly’s jury was out and at home pondering its verdict . . .the Clerk hastily released a decision in a CIVIL CASE where both parties the FEDs and suing Citizens painted the FBI as rogue agents . .and no one defended the FBI agents . . .and the Court’s decision screamed out on every newspaper in Florida and across the Nation and on every television/radio station was “FBI found liable for murders” . . .even so with this grotesque play and try at subverting justice, the Miami jury found John not guilty of murder and conspiracy to commit murder but guilty of Wyshak’s inexplicable late filed “murder by gun” count . . .a count many judges in Florida openly mocked, but a few like Brennan thought words were infinitely malleable . . .Travesties of justice continue in the Nation’s Court Systems and Intelligence Agencies with Hack’s like Brennan manipulating worlds plain constitutional meaning and agitating for his own politicized views . . . remember Brennan once voted for an avowed Communist for public office . . . .that wasn’t “treasonous” . .

    U.S. CONSTITUTION: “Treason against the United States, shall consist only in levying War against them, or in adhering to their Enemies, giving them Aid and Comfort. No Person shall be convicted of Treason unless on the Testimony of two Witnesses to the same overt Act, or on Confession in open Court.”
    But “Enemies” are defined very precisely under American treason law. An enemy is a nation or an organization with which the United States is in a declared or open war . Nations with whom we are formally at peace, such as Russia, are not enemies.Feb 17, 2017
    Five myths about treason – The Washington Post…/8b9eb3a8-f460-11e6-a9b0-ecee7ce475fc_story.htm.

    1. The only question I would ask Brennan is,

      “What wouldn’t you do for a Klondike Bar?”

      Jimmy Foxx could hit a ball with a fungo to the see-eye-ay from about where I am typing this. Because of certain algorithms that are currently in place I will not elaborate, but I know people that know him. Were his worker bees.

      In my opinion, your comments about him are correct, Billy, of the Hill.


    Trump delays further release of JFK assassination files, why?
    | June 27, 2018

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    No president has insisted on the release of the secret John F. Kennedy Assassination files more than President Donald J. Trump.

    Last Oct. 17, he tweeted, “Subject to the receipt of further information, I will be allowing, as President, the long blocked and classified JFK FILES to be opened.” Then six days later, “After strict consultation with General Kelly, the CIA and other Agencies, I will be releasing ALL JFK files other than the names and addresses of any mentioned person who is still living.”

    When the CIA and FBI refused to comply he gave them a deadline of April 26, 2018. When they still refused his direct order on the basis that release could harm “identifiable national security, law enforcement, and foreign affairs concerns” Trump extended the date by three years to Oct. 26, 2021. Why?

    Based upon what we know now the assassination was a conspiracy. The vast majority of those old enough to remember the assassination believe it to have been, the over 2,000 books written on the subject show or argue that there were other bad players in the event, Dr. Charles Crenshaw an operating surgeon who placed Kennedy in the coffin at Parkland Hospital testified the neck wound was an entry wound proving more than a single assassin, among the vast number of other testators.

    Thirteen years later The United States House Select Committee on Assassinations (HSCA) in 1976 concluded: “President John F. Kennedy was probably assassinated as a result of a conspiracy.”

    The Warren Commission sealed the unpublished portion of their findings for 75 years (one life-time) and the House Select Committee, 50 years. Intentionally withholding evidence is conspiratorial.

    No government agency seals something this long, now 55 years, unless it is huge. The CIA is an accomplice! They are the ones refusing to surrender the data. Perhaps this is so big that it includes a former president potentially damaging a political party and thus would be headlined news for weeks. Why would we not want all accomplices brought to justice even more so if a president and his CIA were involved? Trump agreed to have “the names and addresses of any mentioned person who is still living” redacted and presumably everyone involved is already dead. So what could possibly be the problem?

    The problem is that it is huge enough to dominate the news for sometime distracting potential mid-term voters from the best economy in two decades, unemployment for Blacks, Hispanics and women perhaps the lowest ever, the lowest tax cuts for the middle class in decades, unprecedented reduction of bureaucratic regulations, the destruction of the invincible ISIS, unprecedented breakthroughs with Korea, returning factories and jobs to America, restoring fair trade with nations whose trade balances have robbed so much of our middle-class wealth, exposing the deep state and its contrived fake Russia Collusion to destroy the presidency of a duly elected president, and finally bringing to light the Clinton Email, Foundation, and Uranium One Scandals, to name a few.

    Like Trump or not, in 18 months he has done more good for this nation than the two previous presidents combined.

    The problem is the establishment media refuses to cover these historic achievements and the Trump momentum. The Kennedy Assassination story was concealed for 55 years by the Deep State, what is three more years compared to that now being accomplished? Most already know that our government was at least complacent. Such can wait until Trump is safely reelected and the story does not have the potential to derail this momentum, which benefits most Americans. Exposing the corruption in our government 55 years ago, outside of helping us harness the Deep State, does little. Those protected are probably safely dead.

    Still, as the year’s fly by, and new data surfaces from the hundreds of books on the subject, it is increasingly more difficult to dismiss, as an accomplice, Lyndon Baines Johnson and his CIA/FBI friends. Especially revealing are three noteworthy books: Blood, Money, & Power: How LBJ Killed JFK by Barr McClellan. LBJ: Mastermind of the JFK Assassination by Phillip Nelson and Texas in the Morning by Lyndon Johnson’s long-time mistress, Madeline Duncan Brown. Brown “takes you to the meeting the night before the assassination. She reveals the identities of the men in that room. She shares the story of Lyndon Johnson coming late to the meeting, then emerging in a fury, grabbing her by the arms so hard it hurt, and swearing in a rage, ‘After tomorrow, those Kennedy’s will never embar

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  6. Russians indicted in hacking DNC. Russians attempted to hack RNC but couldn’t according to reports. Was the DNC grossly negligent in protecting their information? Was Hillary grossly negligent in protecting classified information while at State Department? Is there a pattern of extreme negligence by Hillary, Podesta and the Democrats?


    So the real question is: if you are a calculating SOB who wants to subvert the effort of America and Russia to make nice, would compromising your home defenses be really worth only a small chance that you might poo-poo the meeting between Eisenhower and Khrushchev? After all, there was always the slim but possible chance that even with a downed U2 that the two leaders could push ahead and make amends. So would that narrow, short-term goal be worth compromising your country’s defenses? I wasn’t convinced.

    I wanted to know more about the U2 program at the time of Oswald’s defection. I wanted to take the assassination out of the equation and really look at what was really happening with the spy plane people thought was “untouchable.”

    also see

    Today, I published a new piece and video at WhoWhatWhy on Dr. Dan Brown’s work with Sirhan in prison over the last eleven years. These sessions have produced some extraordinary new evidence of the “range mode” programming allegedly used to set up Sirhan as a distraction in the pantry while the second gunman fired the fatal shot from an inch behind Bobby Kennedy’s right ear.

    Tom Jackman published a detailed story on Dan Brown’s work in the Washington Post yesterday and with the support of Bobby Kennedy Jr. and Kathleen Kennedy Townsend for a new investigation, the tide is beginning to turn in this case.

    In the new 67-minute video at the end of the piece, you can watch Dr. Brown and Sirhan’s attorney, Laurie Dusek, discuss their groundbreaking work with Sirhan for the first time. Please share widely:

  8. Sounds like these cops were trained at the FBI Academy in Quantio, eh?

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  9. ugh ugh

    FBI and the Terrible, Horrible, No Good, Very Bad FOIA Redaction
    by Emma Best
    July 12, 2018
    While the Federal Bureau of Investigation’s track record with FOIA has never been good, it’s hard not to argue that it has recently gotten exponentially worse. In just the last few years, the Bureau has thrown out thousands of FOIA requests because there were too “burdensome,” investigated FOIA requesters, redacted the names of fictional characters and engaged in questionable fees practices. However, just last month, the FBI hit a new low and declared that – contrary to all statute and case law – the dead have an expectation of privacy.
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    OCTOBER 2, 2013

    James Douglass: JFK and the Unspeakable. Part One.

    James Douglass is bracing us to reimagine John F. Kennedy around the 50th anniversary of his “rendezvous with death.” He’s encouraging us to face what has seemed to me a central question — not so much the “Who Killed JFK?” bumper-sticker, but more “Why can’t we know?” The answer, Jim Douglas says, is “unspeakable.” He’s adopting a code-word that the late Trappist monk and author Thomas Merton applied to the eternal enemy, “the void,” darkness iself, “systematic evil that goes beyond the imagination.” Douglass’s “unspeakable” is the multifarious modern Satan which took the form of a movement in the upper reaches of Kennedy’s own national security state to kill the president as he made a radical and inspired turn toward peace. He has written a conspiracy book with a scholar’s footnotes and a theological subtext. And a robust Oliver Stone endorsement.

    Douglass’s JFK and the Unspeakable is a meticulous compilation of Kennedy and assassination studies. I came to it late, five years after publication, on the recommendation of friends sharing a precious secret. It’s a shocker that has the air, throughout, of a deeply serious inquiry. Jim Douglass has his own temperate, good-humored air. Born in Canada, he’s lived many years in Birmingham, Alabama as a Catholic Worker peace activist and soup-kitchen friend of the down-and-out, all the while teaching himself how to research and write history.

    unspeakable coverThe story, like the book title, has two main axes. Jim Douglass’s JFK is far from the oversold man of “vigah,” the reckless bounder of Camelot. He’s been a sickly, often bedridden child, seared by war in the Pacific, mortally threatened by Addison’s disease. He was “dying all his life,” as Douglass puts it in conversation. “He had a raven on his shoulder.” Over-familiar with the last rites of his church, JFK came to politics and daily life for the “fullest experience possible… able to live on the edge because he was ready to lose it all.” He is making a profound turn in the last year of his life and presidency. Trapped and embarrassed by the CIA’s blundering invasion at Cuba’s Bay of Pigs in April, 1961, then shaken to the core by the near-catastrophic Cuban missile crisis in October, 1962, Kennedy was deep in back-channel dialogs with Nikita Khrushchev by 1963, closer in spirit to the Russian chief than either felt to their own military men. In the definitive American University “peace speech” of June, 1963, Kennedy was searching for a politcal path to ending the Cold War, and astonishingly negotiated and passed a nuclear test ban treaty that same summer. All the while, Douglass writes, JFK was continually reciting a favorite poem, Alan Seeger‘s “I have a rendezvous with Death,” to his wife and his 5-year-old daughter Caroline, who once stunned Kennedy’s national security council by reciting the poem start to finish in mid-meeting. Kennedy himself left behind hand-written notes to himself, quoting Abraham Lincoln: “I know there is a God — and I see a storm coming; If he has a place for me, I believe that I am ready.” This is the man awakening that Jeffrey Sachs celebrated with me at the JFK Library last Spring, but Jeff Sachs declined to connect Kennedy’s turn, or that American University speech, with Kennedy’s undoing. As Jim Douglas remarked to me, “Jeff Sachs wrote JFK without the Unspeakable.”

    The other axis of Douglass’s narrative is the secret apparatus of the national security state after World War 2. After the Bay of Pigs fiasco and the forced retirement of CIA chief Allen Dulles, Douglass pictures JFK at sword-points with his spies and special-operations team, also with famous hawks like General Curtis LeMay among the Joint Chiefs of Staff, dismayed that Kennedy hadn’t attacked the Russian bases in Cuba and itching, several of them, to launch a preemptive nuclear attack on the Soviet Union. It’s Douglass’ argument, with a lot of circumstantial evidence behind it, that well into 1963, the security chiefs dug in to protect their power and their worldview. Practiced and proficient in covert coups and “plausible deniability,” they snuffed out John Kennedy with masked forces and much the same sang froid they’d directed against Iran’s young democracy in 1953 and against Patrice Lumumba in the Congo in January, 1961, just days before JFK’s inauguration. “Who Killed JFK?” has always been the wrong question, James Douglass is telling us, because it comes to focus on the shooters.

    The question of what killed John Kennedy and why he was killed focuses instead on the evidence we have that the shooters are almost irrelevant. But the system is very relevant… The relation above all of JFK to his government is at the heart of it. The nature of the question will take us so far into what Thomas Merton called ‘the unspeakable’ that we’ll almost feel we’re lost in darkness as we’re seeing the light.
    James Douglass in Birmingham with Chris Lydon in Boston, September, 2013.


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  10. The Congress asked the FBI to appear before it after the Boston Marathon bombing. The FBI sent no one. It was in 2013 an unaccountable secret police as it is today. Trump had nothing to do with it’s decades long misbehavior but he should put it out of it’s misery by folding it, the DEA, ATF and ICE into the Marshall’s Service. Hire a former MP in the Army to run it. Get rid of all the useless administrative bloat, partisan political types and stop framing people named Swartz, O’Brien, Turner, Rico and Connolly 2. Trump was asked what he wanted to accomplish in his meeting with Putin. His answer was get rid of all nuclear weapons. End all wars and cure all diseases. CNN denounced him and accused him of not aiming high..

  11. The notion that the FBI is engaged in some kind of anti-Trump conspiracy is preposterous. That said, the Bureau could stand some improvement along the lines suggested by Matt.

    We need less of the dancing FBI agent, who dropped his service weapon when he did a back flip in a bar. When the agent picked up the gun, it went off, wounding a bystander in the leg. Disastrously, the entire fiasco was videotaped and shown to the world. Talk about embarrassing the Bureau! Let’s hope this doesn’t go down as still another justified FBI shooting. (Perhaps moved by the publicity, the local cops charged this agent with assault, surely an overreaction to an idiotic accident.)

    We also need less of shooting and killing the victim. This happened earlier this year, when an FBI agent shot and killed a kidnapping victim. No one else was injured. Agents were entering a darkened home where the victim was held when the victim, whose hands were bound in front of him with duct tape, somehow grabbed an agent’s rifle, causing said agent to shoot him dead. Another justifiable shooting??

    What’s needed here are fewer justified shootings and more professional police work.

  12. Politicians reapply for their jobs every 2, 4 and 6 years. Judges often do not. Service limited by terms allows the country to, hopefully, clean out the system. The fact that solons have to reapply does not negate either the necessity or the functionality of elected officials.

    The FBI serves a function, an important one. That things have reached such an impasse that there is widespread concern over the legitimacy of its functioning gives rise to a desire to wind it up. This may or may not be the wisest choice.

    The fact that the FBI could be terminated does not validate the proposition that the important functions would go unattended. Nor does is it necessitate ending the careers of the many upstanding employees of the agency. Most would likely on the merits find a new perch in the replacement agency.

    Parents have a history of keeping the baby when throwing out the bath water. It is not all that tricky.

    If boiled down to whether individual FBI employees should reapply to the people to have faith in them reaffirmed I have no problem with that. It happens in private business all the time. It happens to nearly everyone, judges excepted. It is not in itself a bad idea.

    As for the agency it is a human institution that many feel is past its smell date. This specific agency does not hold sine qua non status. it is replaceable. It has operated too long on the rule – First Do Not Embarrass The Family. The FBI has for too many become the Embarrassment – to its decent employees and to the general public.

    It is time to consider whether the FBI belongs along side the greatest repository of irreplaceable men – the graveyard.

    1. The FBI is not here to be made sport of. It is too big to fail as the expression goes. Just ask Hillary…… Barak, Hil, Bubba , FBI ………

      All : Too Big To Fail !!!


  13. Matt, seven excellent post and I agree with you one hundred per cent on changes should be made in the FBI policies especially the informant program. I believe in the
    FBI and that they are greatest law inforcement agency in the world but eventually every
    agency or business has to retool.
    BC, I couldn’t, agree with you more on prosecutorial misconduct going on in the past
    eighteen yrs. or so. I also feel that the ARM OF THE FEDERAL GOVERNMENT, reach,s out way to far and to often. I just sent three billboards outside Boston mass to SOUTH BAY
    when it is released. Pre ordered.

    1. Thanks 251 O’Cal, and continue to fight the good fight . . .Remember, victory is in the struggle . . . .continue the struggle for justice . . .

  14. The Boston US attorney office is still targeting innocent people for their political game’s.

    I was sent to prison for 2 years on a government created crime along with perjury, obstruction, intimidating witnesses and the cherry on top a fake audio recording implicating me in a crime that never happened.

    They all knew what they were doing and why . The fake recording was the only real evidence.

    I went the way of everyone who tries, fought for years while losing everything. Divorce, bankruptcy etc.

    During my fight for justice I paid an expert for tape analysis who confirmed it was a fraud.

    But a funny thing happened on the way to dismissal. The expert suddenly recanted and went out of business cutting my defense off at the knees.

    After my vacation in a number of gray bar hotels I came home to continue my fight.

    I attempt to hire another expert to prove the tape and the case is fake to clear my name.

    After a number of calls to various Nationwide experts I learnrd that the person I hired never went out of business he was “threatened” by the FBI to drop my case and even better now everyone I’ve contacted won’t touch it as word spread to stay away from that “state cop from Boston”.

    Now as scandals, unfold almost daily, I may see some justice as another once perceived great institution is on the verge of disbandment.

    In your Naimovitch series you wrote about other cops careers destroyed, banished or worse. Nazzaro, Orlando and the unkown.

    I’m one of the unknown, still fighting to get my life few back.

    Anyone know a good tape analyst let me know.

    1. Kaiser, Marty . Odyssey of an Eavesdropper( My Life in electronic
      countermeasures and my battle against the FBI) W Carroll & Graf 2005
      Author exposes wiretapping crimes committed by FBI agents as well as
      Business Fraud. He built the wiretapping devices for FBI agents that
      were later used in crimes committed against people like Martin Luther
      King and public officials.After exposing FBI agents kickback schemes to
      Congress the author became a target of retaliation by tax payer funded
      FBI agents. see

    2. keep on fighting the bastards . . . the FEDs are out of control . . .and have de facto seized power and abuse it in the Boston Regional Office and DC . . . .Fight Back . . .get and read my book Three Billboards . . .Prosecute the Persecutors who Abuse Federal Prosecutorial Power . . .it states the case in a nutshell . . .and describes six interrelated abuses of power . . .and alludes to dozens more . . . I’ve spoken to people run roughshod over by the FEDs and these people and others are afraid to speak the truth for fear of Corrupt FEDs Retribution and losing their businesses and kids’ college tuitions . . .these are innocent Americans afraid of the FEDs . . .this is INTOLERABLE in America . . .the FEDs should be afraid of We the People . . .Fight Back . . .Fight on . .

  15. Matt, brilliantly stated. We need reform at the FBI, more transparency, less politicizing, as we need reform in federal prosecutor’s office. What irks me most is when I meet friends and associates who express “fear” of our own federal government . . .federal officials who have abused power should be prosecuted fully civilly and criminally and the Ninth Circuit and a New York State Commission and others are opening the doors to do so. The FEDs should fear We the People, not vice versa . . .at the very least the FEDs should remember they are public servants, not rulers, not savants, not better, not wiser, just ordinary Americans . . .sadly many in the past thought too highly of themselves and wrongfully exercised power . . .some today still do . . .those of that ilk must be prosecuted and ousted from federal office . . .

    Of course, I disagree with your post only to this extent: I don’t worry with capable men like General Kelly of Brighton and Supreme Court nominee Kavanaugh of D.C. Georgetown Prep (Gorsuch’s school, I think) in power and I would worry if Hillary were making appointments . . . .Trump is a good decision maker, and I’d trust his administration to begin the reform of the FBI and FED Prosecutor’s Offices . . .More transparency, less secrecy, more humility, less hubrus, more objectivity, less politicization, an understanding of proportionality and the public-health/medical effects of prosecuting persons (stress leads to disease and cancer) even for felons, never mind for the innocent and political victims whose families are put through hell by the FEDs . . .on dozens of wrongful prosecutions in the Boston office over the last two decades . . .and as you said, Matt, the abuses in the Boston Office likely have occurred and are still occurring in FED regional offices throughout the country as we know they’ve occurred and continue to occur in Washington DC . . .

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