Texas Private Cyber Security Firms
Are A National Security Liability
enforcement agencies. If Congress were to pass a law today that banned sex, very few people would obey the law nor would the police enforce it. However, if the law
only applied to citizens and not politicians and police, it would lead to government corruption.
Very Good Recent Example:
Cannibal Police Acquitted Leads to Texas SAPD Police Free Lunch
Likewise, congressional lawmakers know, no matter how rational a proposition may seem in theory, the only way to prove a legislative mandate benefits the greater good is after the law is applied. If a newly drafted law is the cause of bitter sweet or unjust consequences, the law is debated by a Congressional oversight committee and if necessary adjusted in some way or repealed.
A press release dated October 6, 2006 stated:
“Digital Ally…which develops, manufactures, and markets advanced technology products for law enforcement, homeland security, and commercial security applications, today announced that John Ashcroft and Judge William S. Sessions have joined the Company’s Advisory Board.”
These electronic devices used in psychological programs such as MK-Ultra, a mid 20th century secret mind control re-search project, have been abused by Texas leadership.
Behavioral political control networks and harmful biological or electronic devices exist and have been used against targeted peaceful political adversaries in a number of ways:
Illegal gathering of investigative information, intimidation, blacklisting, hacking, interrogation torture techniques and human behavioral experiments that have caused harm and injury to unknown numbers of Texas citizens.
The only way that all of those civil liberties we think we have are persevered is by the United States Justice Department. However, the Bush Administration made a hit list of U.S. Attorneys and fired those not subservient to the Republican Party. For example, in early 2007 a U.S. Attorney in San Diego was fired a day after she served warrants in a criminal investigation of defense contractors with close GOP ties.
After George Bush was elected president in 2000, Rick Perry, then Lieutenant Governor, assumed the Governor’s office. It was Perry who issued executive order establishing a state Governor's Task Force on Homeland Security, also known as RP8.
“This executive order supersedes all previous orders and shall remain in effect and in full force until modified, amended, rescinded, or superseded by me [Governor Rick Perry] or by a succeeding Governor.”
Unfortunately, the order was still in effect as of his third election in 2010, giving the Texas Governor almost complete dictatorship, including more than 3,000 bias appointees, some embedded in the State Supreme Court creating a corrupt Texas justice system.
Texas also has a long history of using white supremacists for gun running, drug dealing, and human trafficking. Executive Order RP8 violated the civil and human rights of all Texas citizens clearly expressed by the Constitution of the United States. Governor Rick Perry used overt and covert acts against Texans solely to retain power and oppress the people of Texas in the name of national security, as justified by the Patriot Act.
He openly declared war on the Unit-ed States and attempted succession from the Union without consideration of law abiding American patriots who reside in Texas and are United States citizens.
The Governor of Texas by virtue of the power and authority is legally responsible for, and is directly linked to, the abuse of federal funds by establishing RP8. The executive order led to political favors for state as well as federal employees who act without fear of prosecution as if above the law.
Rick Perry sat aloof of illegal acts as if by washing his hands releases him from any involvement as all others by his orders must suffer punishment by law as a consequence of his executive emergency order and their own illegal actions.
These favors and lawless orders [RICO Violations] were justified as a necessary evil to protect against an unidentified, fictitious enemy designated as terrorists, instead of
specific persons or organizations that have attacked or plan to attack the United States or declare war. This fear of the unknown leads to an abuse of power by oppressing the populace with anti-ethical investigations and prosecutions of the innocent with unfounded conspiracy charges whenever the Governor of Texas cries wolf, or terrorism.
See The Trail of Tears: