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Tuesday, December 10, 2013

Federal Law Protects Texans from use of NDAA Surveillance

Federal Law Protects Texans from use of NDAA Surveillance 
While Barack Obama is in Office 
Your Guns Won't Help You Against Tea Party Terrorist
The Civil War Within Our Federal Government is Over 

Military members and Veterans Are Protected By Federal Law from the abuse of any State such as Texas from NDAA Surveillance, including neuron monitoring, laser light, Microwaves, Audi logical Nero stimulus, Bio-hazards and Ionizing vectors* any vector. 

Violations carry a twenty-five year prison sentence for each count used in Texas elections over the last decade and we are counting! 

In Contrast States Such Texas Tea Party Ted Cruz or South Carolina  - Veterans and active duty Military including State Guard units are protected by Federal Law and if their welfare, care, and protection becomes abuse it is not within the power of the state to torment and torture.

A Good example is the NDAA electronic surveillance used illegally in Texas and is a Federal Violation punishable by crimes of imprisonment and higher crimes of Treason against the United States of America.

The NSA Watch List goes to

Military Service Members Veterans Are Protected by Federal Law from abuse by the Powers of State

Senator Hagan's Statement 

"Any veteran or family member who needs assistance in filing a claim or obtaining the benefits they need should contact my office" 

Hagan Statement on Camp Lejeune Water Contamination Study 

Hagan has worked tirelessly to ensure that veterans and their families who were affected receive the health care they need.

(CAMP LEJEUNE, NC) - U.S. Senator Kay Hagan released the following statement after the Agency for Toxic Substances and Disease Registry (ATSDR) released a study on birth defects and childhood cancer resulting from water contamination at Camp Lejeune. The results of the ATSDR study suggest associations between contamination in Camp Lejeune drinking water and neural tube defects (NTDs) like spina bifida as well as childhood hematopoietic cancers such as leukemia.

"This study, which provides some answers to veterans from Camp Lejeune whose children have suffered from neural tube birth defects and childhood cancers, is further evidence that those who were exposed to contaminated water at Camp Lejeune should receive the health care they need and deserve," said Hagan. 

"I have been committed to helping the veterans who lived or worked on the Marine Corps base and their families since I joined the Senate, and any veteran or family member who needs assistance in filing a claim or obtaining the benefits they need should contact my office. As a Senator from the most military friendly state in the nation, serving North Carolina's veterans, service members and military families has always been and will continue to be one of my top priorities."

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