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The police state goes full Orwellian: Federal court rules no justification needed to place anyone on a “suspicious persons” list

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The Left has practically taken over every single institution in America including education, healthcare, entertainment, pop culture and society in general, but it’s not enough: Now they’re coming for the justice system as well.

Granted, Leftists got a huge boost in their efforts to corrupt American jurisprudence from Barack Obama, who oversaw the complete and radical politicization of the Justice Department, the FBI, and the U.S. intelligence community which he weaponized against POTUS Donald Trump via “Spygate,” which you can see in the video below. 

Now they’re getting a boost from judicial activists on the federal courts, especially the reliably liberal 9th Circuit, which just ruled that police and law enforcement agencies don’t need a reason to put an innocent American citizen on “suspicious persons” lists.

As noted by MassPrivatei Blog, in late January, the 9th Circuit Court of Appeals issued the ruling, noting that it helps explain how then-President George W. Bush had his administration develop Fusion Centers that began as the “Global War on Terror” was beginning to help identify “suspicious Americans.”

The blog noted:

In October 2007, President George W. Bush issued a National Strategy for Information Sharing concerning terrorism-related information. The Strategy created fusion centers that would ensure Suspicious Activity Reports (SARs) were disseminated to and evaluated by appropriate government authorities, and identify requirements to support a unified process for reporting, tracking, and accessing SARs. The nationwide effort to standardize this information sharing was called the Nationwide Suspicious Activity Reporting Initiative.”

The ruling by the appeals court says that authorities can consider American citizens suspicious for activities such as taking photos of public art, purchasing a computer, and even engaging in the practice of religion.

Courthouse News Service reported in July 2014 that five men from California filed suit against the Justice Department because they claimed they were put into a counterterrorism database for picture-taking, buying a computer at a Best Buy retail outlet and, for one of them, waiting for his mother at a train station.

The suit was meant to challenge the Suspicious Activity Reports (SARs) generated by DoJ, which are part of the National Suspicious Activity Reporting Initiative, “in which the federal government encourages state and local law enforcement agencies to collect and report information that may be connected to terrorism” the news service reported. (Related: WHISTLE BLOWERS: Obama’s FBI used NSA surveillance as ‘back door’ to SPY on Americans.)

The government’s Deep State is out of control

According to the 9th Circuit appeals court ruling, being put on a SAR list is akin to a government determination that a pharmacy is manufacturing its own drugs. 

“The Functional Standard is similar to the Food & Drug Administration’s policy guide at issue in Professionals and Patients for Customized Care. The FDA promulgated a policy utilizing nine factors to help the agency determine whether to initiate an enforcement action against a pharmacy engaged in drug manufacturing,” the ruling said.

The court noted that the though factors assist the FDA in identifying pharmacies that manufacture drugs, any resultant enforcement action is left up to the agency itself. (Related: FDA back-channel allows drug companies to transform common supplements into expensive prescription drugs.)

“Likewise, the Functional Standard aids agencies in determining whether an individual is engaged in suspicious activity, but the final decision to disseminate a SAR rests in the analyst’s discretion,” the appeals court ruled. 

The MassPrivatei blog said that means that American citizens, along with family and friends, can be labeled as suspicious persons based solely on a police officer’s whim of the moment or the whims of an official with the Department of Homeland Security. 

And while the court did not define or identify any standards authorities must use to make their determination, the blog noted that the appeals court’s ruling shows that police don’t really need a reason at all to put people on suspicious person lists.

Years ago, when the GWOT began, civil libertarians sounded the alarm that government would go too far in its pursuit of alleged terrorist suspects. That appears to have happened.

Read more about the federal bureaucracy’s police state assault on liberty and freedom at PreCrime.news.

 

 

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  1. Lawrence Greenberg February 7, 2019 at 5:42 am

    The police state goes full Orwellian: Federal court rules no justification needed to place anyone on a “suspicious persons” list

    Sure. Why not? After all, what could go wrong?

    George Orwell is surely turning over in his grave.

  2. Gabriel February 7, 2019 at 7:08 am

    Do you think our presidents are in power or have a last say,bull-only.I bet you think of Obama as being a nigga ,and trump as being ordained from ? God,, or hell…A president is there only to keep the flock from wandering…The ILL-EAGLE, has two wings, left/right. Same bird,those who really LOVE, God and fellow man,are not left or right they call on the grace of God,to have mercy on ,the good,bad and ugly ,ETERNITY IS ENDLESS, HELL IS A LITTLE SPACE WITH ETERNAL DARKNESS….

  3. Lizardicus February 8, 2019 at 3:18 pm

    Left Wing, Right Wing, both wings are attached to the same dirty Illuminati Phoenix Bird
    Read up about ‘every hateful and dirty bird’ in Revelation (1611 KJV).
    The Freemasons who started the Corporation of the United States of Amerika knew full well that the closest domestic bird in North America that could come close in the description of the Illuminati Phoenix Bird was the North American Bald Eagle!
    Before I left the USA in 2003, (and I served 17 years in the US Military, and am a Service-Connected Disabled Veteran,…!), I remember a neighbor who kept pretty much to himself. He was elderly, and was conscripted into the Hitler Jungend, and later served on U-Boats (one of the few that survived such!)
    One day a moving truck pulled up to his condo, and I asked where he was off to; he said “I have seen this very same scenario under the Nazi Regime beginning in 1935, with laws that were passed for the sake of patriotism. Hell is coming to the US, and I’m moving back to Germany where it has already visited twice (WW1 & WW2).
    His analysis has proven correct.

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