Pennsylvania Citizen Sues Over ‘Voluntary’ Cheek Swabs
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Pennsylvania Citizen Sues Over ‘Voluntary’ Cheek Swabs



Suit “Seeks an injunction and

Suit “Seeks an injunction and
damages for conspiracy to
violate the Constitution…”



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    • Pennsylvania Citizen Sues Over ‘Voluntary’ Cheek Swabs Adan Salazar December 30, 2013 Suit “Seeks an injunction and damages for conspiracy to violate the Constitution…” Following reports that police in Reading, Pennsylvania, participated in a national survey, in which random citizens were pulled over and asked for “voluntary” cheek swabs, a courageous resident filed a lawsuit against the city, its mayor and several others claiming his Fourth Amendment rights were violated. “Nothing about this incident was ‘voluntary’ in my case,” Reading resident Ricardo Nieves stated at a City Council meeting two weeks ago, prior to pursuing the federal suit. “I feel this incident is a gross abuse of power on so many levels. I’m not a legal expert, but being forced off the road and unlawfully holding me against my will for any period of time, I would consider my liberty to be compromised and falsely imprisoned.” Nieves was irked when on Friday, December 13, he drove up to a street where police lights were flashing and orange security cones lined the lane. According to the suit, Nieves was driving in the right hand lane and that the left lane “was full of traffic such that he could not pull over to change lanes.” Nieves’ lawsuit, obtained by Courthouse News, further states an officer “stepped out into plaintiff’s lane of traffic, blocked his further advance, and flagged him to pull off the public road into a parking lot on Laurel Street.” There, Nieves says a woman with a clipboard walked up to him, stated he was not being “pulled over” and proceeded to ask if he would participate in a survey. According to the lawsuit, the woman explained “the purpose of the stop was a survey of drivers’ behavior and that she wanted to take a cheek swab to check for the presence of prescription drugs.” Knowledgable of his Fourth Amendment rights, which are supposed to protect U.S. citizens from unreasonable and unwarranted searches absent of probable cause, Nieves repeatedly refused the surveyor’s request for a cheek swab, and after five minutes ultimately asserted “very firmly, ‘No. Thank You.’” When Nieves researched the checkpoint, it disturbed him to find it was conducted by the Pacific Institute for Research and Evaluation, commissioned by the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration at the behest of the White House Office of National Drug Control Policy. He also found out it was conducted with the full cooperation of the city of Reading and its police
    • department and that they were awarded a considerable sum for their part. “The checkpoint was part of a $7.9 million, three-year survey by the agencies, which has been conducted several times since the 1970s,” reported the Reading Eagle. “This was nothing more than a gross abuse of power and federal intrusion of my rights,” Nieves told Alex Jones during a live interview after his story broke nationally. Of course, the Reading police chief thinks matters are being blown out of proportion. “People are not pressured by police presence to do something they don’t want to,” Police Chief William M. Heim told the Reading Eagle. “In the grand scheme of things, I think it’s a pretty innocuous and minor issue.” Heim is included in Nieves’ suit as a defendant, along with Reading Mayor Vaughn Spencer and the Pacific Institute for Research & Evaluation. Police State DNA Collection Victim Speaks Out VIDEO BELOW “When people are manipulated, it’s anti-democratic, and what’s being done here is controlling people. People don’t want to be controlled. People want to make their own decisions, because consciousness and the freedom to think is a fundamental human right. The idea of free will being violated is something that god doesn’t even do, yet man thinks he can do this to us,” Nieves stated to City Council and again on the Alex Jones Show. Nieves’ suit reportedly “seeks an injunction and damages for conspiracy to violate the Constitution, constitutional violations and false imprisonment.” Socialist Economist Predicts Soros And Crew Will Fleece The Rich In 2014 Kurt Nimmo December 30, 2013
    • Stealing money from producers is the final solution to “economic inequality” In a video produced by the Soros operation, former Clintonista and “political economist” Robert Reich urges the Democrat horde to throw the tea party Republicans out of Congress next year and start anew the redistribution process. Stealing money from producers is the final solution to “economic inequality,” Reich argues in this bizarre video featuring the former Labor Department bureaucrat on air guitar lip-syncing lines from Queen’s “Bohemian Rhapsody.” He predicts government will force business to raise the minimum wage after Democrats pull off their rigged ballot box putsch. This will, of course, although socialists never mention it, whittle down the labor market even more than it is already. It will result in a new wave of unemployment, more people at the mercy of government, and, naturally, more Democrat voters to ensure a political monopoly in Washington. Establishment Republicans will act like they’re aghast. It’s all part of the political merry-go-round, though. They’ll get their chance next time around if they can convince the public to buy their neocon snake oil. Reich also says “amnesty” figures into the scheme. “Immigration reform” will add a sizable chunk to the Democrat base and provide the consensus required to finish off the “rich,” that is to say the producers, the small and medium business class and entrepreneurs who create most of the jobs in America but have next to no political power. The mega-wealthy, the global elite, the Soros, the Rockefellers, Bill Gates, the bankster financial class, the Rothschilds and the Warburgs, the real one percent that hire Yale and Rhodes trained “political economists,” they will not be touched during coming fleece. They never are. As we have noted endlessly, socialism is not about the downtrodden poor or a disappearing middle class. It’s a consolidation game and a control mechanism designed by the ruling elite. Robert Reich and his Fender Stratocaster are doing their part. An end-of-year message from Robert Reich VIDEO BELOW
    • State Dept. Whistleblower Has Email Hacked, Deleted S.A. Miller New York Post December 30, 2013 The personal e-mail account of a State Department whistleblower was hacked, and four years worth of messages — some detailing alleged wrongdoing at the agency — were deleted, The Post has learned. The computer attack targeted the Gmail account of Diplomatic Security Service criminal investigator Richard Higbie, his lawyer, Cary Schulman, confirmed. “They took all of his e-mails and then they deleted them all,” said Schulman. He said that he could not prove who was responsible for the hack job, but said the attack was “sophisticated” and called the targeting of Higbie “alarming.” “Obviously, somebody is not happy with something he’s doing and wanted to get that information and also cause him an inability in the future to have ready access to that,” Schulman said. The e-mails included evidence about misconduct by top officials at the department, communications with other potential whistleblowers there, and correspondence with members of Congress who are investigating the allegations, Schulman said. They also include correspondence between Higbie and Schulman about legal strategy, the lawyer said. Schulman said he could not provide details about the evidence deleted with the e-mails. Higbie has asked the FBI in Dallas, where he lives, to investigate the hacking, which occurred this month. Higbie played a key role in helping fellow whistleblower Aurelia Fedenisn, a former investigator for the department’s inspector general, reveal in June a pattern of alleged coverups by top department officials.
    • The alleged coverups included keeping quiet separate IG investigations that found that members of then-Secretary Hillary Rodham Clinton’s security detail had engaged hookers and that the Belgian ambassador had solicited underage prostitutes. These were among a string of investigations by the service, responsible for protecting dignitaries and investigating crimes within the department, that were allegedly derailed by senior officials, including one instance of interference by Clinton Chief of Staff Cheryl Mills. Since the revelations in June, the department again mostly swept the cases under the rug. Higbie, a senior criminal investigator and the second-highest-ranking agent with the service’s Dallas office, also has an employment lawsuit against the department, alleging it retaliated against him. The hacking of Higbie’s e-mail follows a mysterious break-in at Schulman’s Dallas law firm in July, shortly after the whistleblower allegations came to light. The burglar sawed a hole through the wall from an adjoining office and stole three computers, but left behind other valuables. Although cops arrested a petty thief for the crime, Schulman said, “We feel like we’re in a movie. It’s nuts. It makes us wonder . . . . maybe we’ve got something we don’t even realize or maybe they’re worried about something.” INFOWARS.COM BECAUSE THERE'S A WAR ON FOR YOUR MIND