Saturday, July 12, 2014

New Canaan Bush Acolyte found Guilty of Attempted Murder

New Canaan Bush Acolyte found Guilty of Attempted Murder

“NEW CANAAN - A jury has found New Canaan resident John Michael Farren guilty of attempted murder for attacking his wife in 2010.

The victim, Mary Margaret Farren, testified that her husband had tried to strangle her and beat
her with a flashlight in their home after she filed for divorce in 2010.”

New Canaan, CT is in one of the wealthiest counties in the United States.   Do the Bushes still
have a home in Kennebunkport?  It sure ain’t Chappaquiddick.

What kind of a man would try to beat his wife with a flashlight?  Don’t tell me he blames the
United States for invading Iraq!
  And he may not be the mastermind behind the 9/11 attacks,  but
he served as an attorney for 2 Bushes in the White House and for Xerox Corporation, the owner
of a mythical industrial park in Dallas!

From Wikipedia:
“Prior to joining the Office of Counsel to the President under President George W. Bush, Farren
was corporate vice president, general counsel and corporate secretary at Xerox. From 1989 to
1992, Farren was Under Secretary of Commerce for International Trade at the United States
Department of Commerce and head of the International Trade Administration. During the 1988
United States presidential election, he was deputy director of former President George H. Bush’s
transition team. During the 1992 United States presidential election deputy campaign manager
for the Bush-Quayle Re-election Committee.”

“After a five day Connecticut jury trial in December 2013, Farren was ordered by the jury to pay
his ex-wife $28.6 million in damages for attempting to kill her.[14][15][16] The jurors
deliberated for only 90 minutes before holding Farren liable.[17]”

Which explains the court-appointed attorney.

Saturday, July 05, 2014

The NSA is Monitoring Web Use by Ordinary Citizens -2-

 The NSA was perverted with targeting ordinary citizens (Washington Post Story here):

"Many other files, described as useless by the analysts but nonetheless retained, have a startlingly intimate, even voyeuristic quality. They tell stories of love and heartbreak, illicit sexual liaisons, mental-health crises, political and religious conversions, financial anxieties and disappointed hopes. The daily lives of more than 10,000 account holders who were not targeted are catalogued and recorded nevertheless."


Thursday, November 28, 2013

NSA is monitoring the use of pornographic websites

The NSA has monitored the use of pornographic sites by people it considers "radicals".

"Anyone who has criticized the government ought to be concerned about this".

It is likely that "Alinsky-style radicals", such as Neocons and the SEIU, are excluded from this!

It makes you wonder, what rules do they have to live by?