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Posted on May 30, 2007
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Rep. Henry Waxman of California, who heads the House Committee on Oversight and Government Reform, holds a report during a news conference on Capitol Hill last September as the panel was looking into the relationship between former lobbyist Jack Abramoff and the White House.

Rep. Henry Waxman, who more than any other politician is fulfilling the Democrats’ election promise to bring good governance and oversight back to Washington, tells Truthdig about Iraq corruption, the tragedy of post-traumatic stress disorder, and why it’s only a matter of time before Congress—Republicans included—pulls the plug on the war.

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James Harris: This is Truthdig.  James Harris, here again with Josh Scheer.  And we have a special guest on the phone.  He is the chairman of the Committee on Oversight and Government Reform.  Congressman Henry Waxman has been referred to by some as the Elliot Ness of Democrats.  Mr. Waxman, how are you doing today?

Henry Waxman: I’m fine.  Pleased to be with you.

Harris: Good.  I understand you just got out of the hearing on mental health problems confronting soldiers returning from Iraq and Afghanistan.  Can you tell us about some of the stories from the soldiers as they testified about what’s wrong with them now that they’re back home after this war? 

Waxman: A very large percentage of the men and women who have been sent to Afghanistan and Iraq are going to be suffering from post-traumatic stress disorder.  It’s a serious public health problem and it’s one that a lot of people may not realize is the source of their difficulties, and it’s one that I’m not sure the Veterans Administration or the Defense Health Services are up to dealing with.  There’s a stigma attached—especially in the macho culture of the service—to feeling that you need help, that mental illness, because it is invisible, is a weakness rather than an illness.  And that stigma has led some people not to get the care they need.  But there is a genuine disorder that can have a serious impact on people’s lives.  It’s a mental health problem that can be dealt with, that must be dealt with adequately.  We are pressing the Veterans Administration, the Defense Health Services, to be sure they’re capable of providing these services.  The truth of the matter is, they haven’t done a particularly good job.

We heard a story from a woman whose husband is in an institution now.  He just could not cope with his problems.  He felt that no one was responding to it.  We heard from the parents of a young man who ended up killing himself while he was at Walter Reed.  They never even diagnosed the problem.  His letters to his parents got to the point where they saw a change in him where he couldn’t quite deal with his problems.  Then they realized that he couldn’t deal with it.  And it led to his suicide.  And then we heard from two men who were also suffering, and one who was forced to go back, to be redeployed to combat, even though his psychiatrist in the military was saying, “He’s not capable of doing it.”  And they were going to force him back into Iraq, which would have been absurd. 

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Harris: What’s your next course of action?  Obviously, you have to deal with it, interpret the tragedy that’s going on with these troops and soldiers.  What is now your next action to make some of this stuff go away? 

Waxman: Well, I must say that I am just overwhelmed by the tragedy, not only of those suffering from this particular disorder, but the tragedy of the kids coming back and not getting the adequate care at a place like Walter Reed and other facilities, and the tragedy of parents and family members and even servicemen and women who are not told the truth about what’s happened with them.  And, of course, all this tragedy is compounded by the fact that we’re in a war that we should never have been in, and we’re in Iraq and we look like we’re going to be there for some time, especially if President Bush has his way.

Josh Scheer: Congressman, this is Josh.  I want to talk to you about being lied to, and obviously you were investigating the Pat Tillman/Jessica Lynch [affair] and the lies about that.  With their situation, do you think that’s commonplace in the military, that families of soldiers are lied to on a regular basis?  Is that what you’re looking for, what you’ve found?

Waxman: I don’t think we have on-a-regular-basis kind of lies that Pat Tillman and Jessica Lynch were subjected to. Jessica Lynch was lied about because early on in the Iraq war, they wanted to make her a heroine in order to glorify the war.  They developed a whole fictional story about how she fought back when, in fact, she was injured and unconscious and taken captive by the Iraqis and then taken to a hospital.  But they lied about her, and she didn’t even know the truth until later.  She said in a very plaintive voice at our hearing, “I don’t know why they have to make up stories about heroism, because there are so many examples of real heroism.”  And she felt that they used her. 

Pat Tillman’s family is beyond furious at the fact that the military knew from the very beginning that Pat Tillman was killed from what’s called “friendly fire,” and yet they did not tell the family for six weeks.  They even had a nationally televised funeral where representations were made about how he was fighting valiantly against the enemy and was killed in combat, doing all he could to save the men who were with him.  It was a fictional account; he was killed by friendly fire.  They finally admitted that.  But then the Tillman family still couldn’t get answers to so many questions.


If we owe our servicemen and women anything, it’s truth, it’s honesty.  The same thing to the American people.  And in those two examples, they didn’t get the truth.  They weren’t handled fairly.  I don’t think it’s the usual practice, but we have heard from other people who’ve told us that they weren’t told that their injuries or the death of loved ones was based on friendly fire, but they were told that it wasn’t, that it was in combat.  Those other two, the Tillman and Lynch ones, were examples where the military were using them for propaganda purposes, which I just think is unconscionable.
 
Harris: I think you’re so well-liked because you’re after truth in a way that Americans are hungry for right now.  With that said, I want to ask you about Halliburton.  We know, thanks to your work, that they’ve now received about $11 billion.  But former employees have testified before Congress about egregious overbilling.  What’s next?

Waxman: Halliburton and KBR—which was a subsidiary, now it’s been spun off from Halliburton and is not connected, but for the longest time they were connected—they were getting the major contracts in Iraq, as they’ve gotten major contracts for military construction and logistics.  They were also given major contracts dealing with Hurricane Katrina and homeland security.  And what has been so offensive is that they were given special treatment.  They were paid cost-plus, which gave them every incentive to run up their costs.  They have taken advantage of the situation and defrauded the government, and they have never been called to task on it.  In fact, this administration even gave them bonuses, as if they had been doing a good job.

The investigation we have been doing on Halliburton and other contractors has brought home to me the point that this administration has made the same mistakes on contracting over and over again.  They go to a select few major contractors.  They also have to be close supporters of the administration.  They give them these monopoly contracts on a cost-plus basis.  And yet, when you hear them talk about economic matters, they always say things like they believe in competition while they’re not allowing competition in contracting; they’re giving these monopoly contracts and then the real work is being done by subcontractors of subcontractors of subcontractors.  And we’re paying every subcontractor and all the contractors extra layers of costs coming out of our taxpayers’ money for no value, for nothing in return.  So we’ve authored legislation that, I’m happy to say, passed the House overwhelmingly, to try to change the way they do contracting.  But in addition to changing the way contracts are done in the future—if we can get this bill all the way through without the president vetoing it—we have to get to the truth about what’s happening in the waste of taxpayers’ dollars and the fraud and abuse of the hard-earned money of the American people.

When I became chairman of this committee this year, now that the Democrats are in control, I said that one of the major themes of our oversight will be to stop waste, fraud and abuse of taxpayers’ dollars.  We see it in these contracts in Iraq, Katrina, homeland security.  We’ve seen it where government agencies that used to do well for the American people are now captive of the industries they’re supposed to be regulating.  That’s the kind of things we’ve got to expose and stop and get the American people to understand what’s happening.

Scheer: Congressman, does that play well with the conservatives, the Republicans, to stop waste fraud?  It seems like one of their issues, but have they put up much roadblocks?

Waxman: When the Republicans were in power, they put up an absolute roadblock and they didn’t want to pursue oversight hearings or investigations for fear they might embarrass the Bush administration.  They were acting as if they’re Republican leaders first rather than leaders of an independent branch of government that under our system is supposed to provide checks and balances and keep people honest through oversight and investigations.  Now that the Democrats are in power and we’re pursuing these kinds of investigations, there have been many Republican conservatives who are quite honest about their views and have said to me they’re grateful that we’re doing this.  They’re appalled at the waste of money.  When they heard that this administration sent $12 billion in hundred-dollar bills, wrapped up in brick-like units and then put on huge pallets and shipped to Iraq in the middle of a war zone and over $8.8 billion can’t even be accounted for, their mouths just drop open.  They can’t believe it, and I can’t believe it, either, that we would have such disregard for accountability and transparency with money over which we have control.

Scheer: I want to come back—because you are talking about accountability and responsibility—about the Walter Reed and come back to the discussion today that you’re having on your committee about mental illness.  Do you think all the hospitals are getting ready?  Are they getting prepared, or is Walter Reed slipping back into what we saw a few months ago? 

Waxman: I’m hoping that the reforms—Walter Reed, of course, has been such a focus of attention that they’re trying very hard, I think, to improve the situation.  The acute care has been quite good.  It is the post-acute care that has been difficult.  And, of course, these mental illness problems sometimes don’t occur until months after the soldiers are back home and trying to adjust to civilian life.  So we don’t even know the magnitude of the problem.  And many of them are going to be resistant to going and getting help when they need it.  But we’ve got to make sure that the help is there, and we’re not equipped to provide the services at the present time.  We’ve got to keep pushing the military services and the Veterans Administration to be mindful of this enormous problem that is invisible but is very damaging.  It’s an illness, just as a physical problem is an illness.

Scheer: You came into power right after the Vietnam War.  You came to Washington.  And now, obviously, you’re going through the Iraq war.  Do you see any similarities?  Do you think it was worse for soldiers in Vietnam, coming back home to a country that didn’t really accept them?  Or do you think Iraq is going to be worse for America?

Waxman: There’re many similarities between Iraq and Vietnam.  Both are quagmires.  Both were entered into with a lot of mistaken ideas of what was happening.  And both are now the subject of ... now that Iraq is in a civil war, both have been ... U.S. intervention in the middle of a civil war where we’re completely impotent to deal with events.  But I think the blunder in Iraq is going to haunt us and it’s going to be so much more difficult for us than Vietnam was.  We could walk away as we finally did—we should have done earlier—but we could walk away from Vietnam and that was it.  We have so destabilized the whole Middle East that we’ve encouraged more terrorism.  We’re running into problems with allies in the Middle East that were strongly pro-American.  The moderate forces that respected America have lost confidence in us as they see how we’ve had prisons like Abu Ghraib, like Guantanamo.  We aren’t the good guys in the eyes of so many people in the world today because of our actions in the Middle East. And we are dependent on Middle East oil, which compounds it even more so that we’ve become less able as the only power left in the world, to control events, to have respect, to try to move a peace process forward and to make sure we’re not going to find our economy and the world economy disrupted because of the oil weapon. 

Harris: Talking to Chairman Henry Waxman from the Committee of Oversight and Government Reform.  A final thought, Mr. Waxman, referring back to what you said about this being, in the eyes of some, more about partisanship, more about Republican or Democrat, as opposed to it being what’s best for the American people.  And I want to share with you a quote from ... Cindy Harden of Brooklyn, N.Y. [who] submitted a letter to the editor, to the New York Times.  She wrote, “I am dismayed, disappointed and frustrated.  Dismayed that more soldiers are dying every day in the war of choice.  Disappointed that the spineless, Democratic-controlled Congress has backed down to the Bush administration and removed the timelines from the war spending bill.”  How do you respond to that charge, congressman? 

Waxman: I think the last election that brought the Democrats to power in the House and the Senate was about the war in Iraq, and the American people were expressing their views that they want this war to end.  Our Democratic leadership, particularly with Speaker Nancy Pelosi, feels very strongly that we’ve got to end the war in Iraq.  We sent a bill to the President, when he asked for funds, where we spelled out an end timeline and benchmarks that had to be met with enforcement of those benchmarks so that we could move the direction of this country to ending the war and telling the Iraqis they’ve got to solve their own problems.  The fact of the matter is that President Bush vetoed those bills.  And now, in Congress, we’re going to be faced with having to vote to give the president his money without the conditions that I think are necessary.  We have to do this because we don’t have enough votes in the Senate to stop a filibuster, where you need not just a majority but 60.  We have to do this because Bush is president and he is the commander-in-chief, and our troops need the funds.


But I’ll tell you what I’m doing: I’m voting against that funding, and I think you’ll find a majority of the Democrats are going to vote against that funding resolution.  We’ve got to continue to press to end this war.  I think by September, Republicans are going to be clamoring to end this war as well, because it will be obvious to the world that the “surge” that President Bush has said is our hope is just not going to work.  At that point, it’s hard to justify the war, even for those who’ve been such good party stalwarts for President Bush, when they look at the next election and the demise of the Republican Party.  I know this writer is angry and unhappy with the Democrats.  I know there are reasons for it.  I don’t want to completely whitewash the Democrats, but most of the Democratic leaders and most of the Democrats are fighting to end the war.  We’re doing the best we can under difficult circumstances.

Harris: Politics is the art of compromise.  I think people are wanting to know: Why do you have to compromise on this issue? 

Waxman: Well, we’re not going to compromise on this issue; we’re going to vote against it.  The majority of the Democrats are going to vote against it.  Nancy Pelosi will vote against it.  The reality is that the Republicans and a handful of Democrats are going to vote to send this funding bill to the president, and I think a lot of them are going to regret that vote.

Harris: Chairman Henry A. Waxman.  We hope to check in with you here on Truthdig sometime in the near future.  For Josh Scheer, for Congressman Henry Waxman, this is James Harris and this has been Truthdig.


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By lilmamzer, July 6, 2007 at 8:42 am Link to this comment

Waxman, for all your appreciative words, is a strong supporter of Israe in her fight to resist Arab and Muslim aggression and Apartheid, and is also a Zionist, of course.

And for those reasons alone I like Rep. Waxman, although his domestic politics cause me some amount of discomfort.

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By Bill, July 5, 2007 at 12:36 am Link to this comment
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Sadly Mr Waxman is too late with all this which makes me skeptical.
He does reminds us:- “When they heard that this administration sent $12 billion in hundred-dollar bills, wrapped up in brick-like units and then put on huge pallets and shipped to Iraq in the middle of a war zone and over $8.8 billion can’t even be accounted for…..”  why no call for investigation/theft/prosecutions ?
Compare this “inaction” to the witch hunt on Mr Clinton for letting Monica have her way with him…..

Seriously, I wonder exactly who is financially backing “militants” in Iraq? .......
The bases are very much “the issue” and have been hugely ignored by media.

We need investigations & possibly legal actions that are not rigged ....... and we had better RAPIDLY get on with alternatives to oil products & reducing waste…..LIKE THE GERMANS et al ARE!

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By Paul Lozowsky, July 4, 2007 at 7:16 am Link to this comment
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The Bush/Cheney Mission To Plunder The American Family & Enrich Big Oil Companies & Giant Defense Contractors is Accomplished!
Christian Coalition Troops Occupying Sacred Muslim Land is Destabilizing The Middle East & Causing Big Oil & ExxonMobil & Big Defense Contractors &  Halliburton To Earn Massive Profit!
•  Only Diplomatic resolution to nuclear buildup in the Middle East can remain on the table.  The greatest risk of worldwide nuclear war comes not from Iran’s Enrichment Program but Israel’s 200-400 targeted and ready to be launched thermonuclear weapons! Time to end this cover-up!
•  US Government can make Al-Qaeda cease to exist and make them a rebel without a cause and dry up all their financial support!  Get US troops Out of Muslim Land.On March 21, 1983 Ronald Reagan called Al-Qaeda and Osama Bin Laden “Freedom Fighters” when they fought and ousted the Soviet Occupiers and ended their puppet government in Afghanistan. Why is the US Government so surprised to find them (Al-Qaeda) doing to US Troops in Afghanistan & Iraq in 2007 (killing them) what we wanted them to do to Soviet Troops in Afghanistan in 1978 (kill them)!
OCCUPATION: THE CAUSE NOT THE CURE
•  There are 463 Million Muslims in the Middle East. Most want Christian Coalition Troops off their land and many are willing to support Al-Qaeda with money or manpower to make it happen.
•  American People in the last election spoke loud and clear & demand OUT OF IRAQ! The American People WERE BETRAYED BY PELOSI & REED! DO NOT BETRAY THE AMERICAN PEOPLE AGAIN!
•  Bush/Cheney policies have created a holocaust event in the middle east, wasted hundreds of billions of dollars on military spending, destabilized the Middle East which has raised the price of a barrel of oil to $70 and a gallon of gasoline to $3-$4 ! MISSION ACCOMPLISHED!
•  Democracy anywhere must include an independent media.  CORPORATE CONTROL HAS REPLACED INDEPENDENT MEDIA! THERE ARE NO independent voices appearing on CNN, MSNBC and FOX NEWS! Only Neutered Republican & Democratic Strategists!

•  Over a million Iraqi & Iranian soldiers were killed in the 1978-1988 War. The Bush Administration with the consent of congress is headed for another catastrophic war - with Iran with the possible use of nuclear weapons – At risk is massive loss of US Troops in Iraq!
•  2 out of every 3 barrels of oil on planet earth are located in 5 countries in the Middle East and is worth over 44 trillion dollars. This oil cannot be drank but must be sold – the US Troops are NOT needed to protect these reserves.
•  Over 3,500 American Lives have been lost in Iraq and Over 26,000 US Troops have been wounded. Over 437 billion dollars have already been spent in Iraq and another 12 billion per month. Congress must redeploy US Troops out of Iraq & Afghanistan and into protecting the US and its borders. This War Must Be a War Against Energy Waste!  Congress must help get Americans off fossil fuels and into renewable energy sources by providing grants and loans to homes and business.
GRANTS & LOANS FOR RENEWABLE ENERGY
•  off fossil fuels and into renewable energy sources by providing grants and loans
•  The Bush/Cheney Administration Invades Iraq Based On Lies and Profit, Installs a Democracy With Bullets & Bombs, Creates an (Oil Rich) Shia Controlled Iraqi Government, Which Will Force 6 Million (Oil Empty) Sunnis To Choose Between Eating Sand or Setting Bombs!
•  Iraq & Afghanistan will never settle their civil wars unless the US gets our troops out. Any government that can only exist as a result of Protection by US Troops is not legitimate and will eventually be overthrown following a US Troop Withdrawal.
•  END THE CONGRESSIONAL COVERUP to the Correct Number of Deaths in Iraq as a result of the US invasion of 2003. The Scientific Lancet Study Reported 559 Additional Iraqi Deaths PER DAY. The total number of Iraqi Death up until June of 2007 would be 866,450!

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By Mark in NY, June 22, 2007 at 12:14 pm Link to this comment

He needs to take the time to do this right, make the cases watertight.  Once the criminals-in-chief leave office?  Even better: they can’t hide behind their offices when the police come to hide them behind bars.

One way to help pay down the insane debt they’ve buried us under?  Sell tickets to the general public to come and taunt them in prison.  I predict the turnout would be tremendous.

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By JT Lancer, June 17, 2007 at 2:23 pm Link to this comment
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There is no such thing as ‘good governance.’  All governments rule via the use of force.  And Democrats, like Republicans, are quick to give in to the seductive lust for power to rule over the citizenry. 

Of course, there has been an incredible amount of corruption related to the Iraq war and taxpayer appropriated funds, but this is nothing new.  What do you expect?  This is the status quo.

Don’t forget that at least 100 Democrats in Congress (including Hillary Clinton, one of the frontrunners for the Democratic nomination for President) voted in favor of the war authorization that essentially gave Bush and his cronies carte blance to impose his interventionist foreign policy. 

Bush and the Repubs deserve a great deal of the blame for the morass we are in, but Dems were complicit as well.

That is why there is little difference between Dems and Repubs.  Both place their unmitigated lust for power above the freedoms and liberties of those they purportedly ‘represent’.

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By Pam, June 14, 2007 at 5:37 pm Link to this comment
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More Senators and Congressmen should be willing to keep asking those tough questions even if its not polite. I really can respect him getting to the real issues about the IRAQ war, govt waste and better conditions and care for Veterans. I think hes doing a great job.. whats that about him in a mental hospital?

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By Com_n_sense, June 12, 2007 at 8:51 am Link to this comment
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Eight months now, and that’s not counting all the time they had before then to gather evidence, and so far, nothing. Nada. Zilch. No indictments, no subpoenas, no nothing. So please cut the crap. What adulation? For what? Talking a good game? For hearings that go on and on with nothing to show?

So far all I see is a dog & pony show and until I see bush&co; in a docket standing trial for Crimes Against Humanity, Waxman, Conyer, and all the rest of them to me are simply aiding and abetting the crimes this country is committing.

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By Lescoeurs, June 12, 2007 at 8:49 am Link to this comment
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I am so disturbed at the failure to get no confidence for Gonzalez.  It is very discouraging to think that these guys keep getting away with it.  Is impeachment still off the table ?  What do we do now ?

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By Com_n_sense, June 7, 2007 at 11:03 am Link to this comment
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Blah, blah, blah. Okay Harry we’ve had the hearings, you’ve gathered the evidence. We know horrendous crimes against the Constitution, the Bill of Rights and the American people and of the world have been committed.

SO WHERE’S THE FRICKING INDICTMENTS?!!! WHERE’S THE IMPEACHMENT PROCEDINGS?!!! DO SOMETHING BESIDES TALK!

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By THOMAS BILLIS, June 5, 2007 at 8:43 am Link to this comment
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Henry Waxman is what being a representaive of the people is all about.If the republicans understood their congressional responsibility of oversight there would be no need for a Henry Waxman.He is the right man at the right time.
Rather than being representatives of the people they would rather like lemmings follow George Bush over the cliff.Now if the democrats follow Henry Waxman’s lead they might actually be able to establish themselves as the majority party for years to come.I doubt it too many dumb consultants.

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By Matt, June 3, 2007 at 5:58 pm Link to this comment
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Henry Waxman is one of the real jewels in the crown of Congress. He was onto the Niger uranium forgeries and the Plame leak long before just about anybody else. God preserve Henry Waxman.

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By G.Anderson, June 3, 2007 at 12:49 am Link to this comment

Use em abuse em and loose em…

It’s the same sad story that’s been repated,  thousands of times by this administation,
wave the flag, call the truth a big fat lie…
and when that doesn’t work start in on the name calling…

Thank you Congressman Waxman for doing your job…

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By Humble Servant, June 2, 2007 at 8:44 pm Link to this comment

Ever wonder if the mental problems experienced by our soldiers comes from Democrats openly supporting our enemies.  We have Murtha calling our Marines murders.  We have Reid surrendering.  Now you have the whiney liberals in power.  No wonder our soldiers are have mental problems.

Your humble servant
http://www.liberal-hypocrisy.com/blog/

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By Lee, June 2, 2007 at 3:55 pm Link to this comment
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Exposing the multi-year construction of permanent military bases in Iraq may be beyond Mr. Waxman’s committee. I don’t think that gives he or anyone else in Congress an excuse for ignoring the matter. It’s so obviously puts the lie to the sickening rhetoric of “liberation” that any citizen could see it if given the chance. Possibly that’s why we haven’t heard anything about it from any of the mainstream news media or from any of our politicians. Hot potato?  If Waxman is too busy, why. How about Nancy Pelosi? Why wouldn’t she bring it up? Not polite? Wouldn’t go over well? Might stir things up too much? The permanent military bases is only a single example, albeit a blatant one. This is no time for being polite and grooming yourselves for higher office. Thousands of innocent little children are being blown to pieces and our gutless politicians prefer to look the other way in order to be POLITE! I see the blood of those children and of their mothers, fathers and grandparents on the hands of Nancy Pelosi as much as George Bush or Dick Cheney.

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By Transitions in Gov, June 1, 2007 at 2:28 pm Link to this comment

Hasn’t their been too much oversight and not enough legislative action? We’re discussing Henry Waxman’s Oversight inquiries at the Transitions in Governance site. Visit us today and share your thoughts today at http://www.transitioningovernance.org/enter/?p=94

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DEAR JUDICIARY COMMITTEE MEMBERS,  5/10/2007-9:35 AM
 
GOOD MORNING,I HOPE THAT AFTER THIS COMM. READS THESE
TRUE FACTS AS ONLY I CAN TELL THE TRUTH BY BEING THE 911 CALLER WHICH RESULTED IN POSITIVE RESULTS ONLY 2 HAVE SOME VERY SERIOUS CRIMINAL BEHAVIOR ARISE ON MANY PEOPLES’ PART IN/THRU-OUT THIS BUSH ADMINS’ CABINET MEMBERS/EXECUTIVE BRANCH GOVERNMENTAL OFFICIALS.

THE PRESIDENT HAS VIOLATED HIS OATH OF OFFICE AS WELL
AS VIOLATED THE U.S.CONSTITUTION PURSUANT 2 AMENDMENT
14 SECT.4.

THE PRESIDENT HAS ACTED UNETHICAL ALSO IN CONSPIRING W/OTHER CABINET MEMBERS AS 2 DISAVOW THAT THESE MATTERS EVER EVEN ACTUALLY OCCURRED.

HE’S ALSO VIOLATED THE PUBLICS’TRUST IN THESE MATTERS
BY CRIMINALLY VIOLATING THE OATH OF OFFICE HE SWORE 2
UPHOLD. 

SINCE THESE MATTERS WERE QUICKLY SILENCED AS WELL AS SUPPRESSED-EVEN THOUGH I’VE BEEN INFORMING VARIOUS
MEMBERS OF CONGRESS IN BOTH CHAMBERS IN BOTH THE JUDICIARY AS WELL AS THE INTELLIGENCE COMMITTEES AS EARLY AS 6/2004 & ONWARD - IN WHICH EVEN MORE SERIOUS
CRIMES HAVE JUST HAPPENED. 

FAZUL ABDULLAH MOHAMMED & AAFIA SIDDIQUI WERE INDEED TRULY CAPTURED AS A RESULT OF MY 911 CALL IN PORT ST.
LUCIE CO.FLA. ON 5/29/2004 AT 6 PM.

MY EYES POSITIVELY IDENTIFIED THEM - MY 911 CALL WAS
15-20 MINUTES LONG AS I FOLLOWED THEM UNTIL THE   SHERIFF DEPT. ARRIVED 2 PULL THEM OVER.

W/ALL THIS BEING TRUE - PLEASE TELL ME HOW F.A.M. WAS
ALLOWED 2 GET OUT OF U.S. CUSTODY 4 HIM 2 BE ABLE 2 SUDDENLY APPEAR IN SOMALIA IN 1/2007.

HE WAS DUMPED THERE/TARGETED 4 ASSASSINATION YET HE GOT AWAY.

I WAS TOLD EARLY ON WHERE BOTH OF THEM WERE SENT.

JOHN ASHCROFT-COLIN POWELL & TOM RIDGE I BELIEVE ALL RESIGNED OUT OF DISGUST 4 THIS ADMINS’ DECISION 2 DENY PAYING THE REWARDS.

ARE WE NOW A NATION WHO HAS RESORTED 2 “CATCHING & RELEASING” A MOST WANTED TERRORIST WHO WAS UNDER U.S.
FED.INDICTMENT-BECAUSE I JOE Q.PUBLIC WAS RESPONSIBLE
4 GETTING HIM CAPTURED/NOT THE FBI/CIA OR WAS IT
TRULY NOT 2 PAY THE REWARDS/STEAL THEM OR WAS IT SOMETHING WAY MORE SINISTER. 

AS A NATION OF LAWS THESE SERIOUS CLAIMS YOU ARE READING ARE TRUE INDEED/DOES CONSTITUTE A NEED 4 A
THOROUGH INVESTIGATION/NOT JUST LISTENING 2 THE LIES
EVERY-1 WAS ORDERED 2 SAY INCLUDING U.S.A.G.GONZALES.
 
HERE’S A 3 PAGE LETTER I SENT TO O.P.R. WHO WAS
DENIED SECURITY CLEARANCES 4 THIS PURPOSE I DO TRUTHFULLY & FIRMLY BELIEVE - PLEASE INVESTIGATE
==================
Dear Office of Professional Responsibility,
                    SENT CERTIFIED 9/13/05
                    SIGNATURE CONFIRMATION

On 5/27/04,from a newspaper I received the 7 photos from the 5/26/04 PRESS CONF. of U.S.A.G.JOHN ASHCROFT
/FBI DIR.MUELLER..On 5/29/04,after 300+ miles driven & 9 hrs.later of being on the lookout/hunting these people down..About 5:30-5:35 pm,I noticed a car tail-
gating me HAD 2 OF THE 7 PEOPLE IN QUESTION,after POSITIVELY IDENTIFYING these 2 as the 2 in the photos
I forced them 2 pass me,2 acquire the vehicles’ license plate info. 

(Please refer 2-6/21/04 fax sent 2 Mr.Ashcroft/Pres.
Bush.)   

http://360.yahoo.com/caspereraser1 - ENTIRE LETTER SENT 2-O.P.R.-9/13/2005 VIA SIGNATURE CONFIRMATION

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By cyrena, May 31, 2007 at 7:43 pm Link to this comment

Lee I admit you’re correct that Mr. Waxman hasn’t gotten to the issue of the very huge and very permanent US military has erected in Iraq, and I admit that it is a most primary issue. However, I also believe, just in a manner of the reality of things, that that is something way beyond Mr. Waxman’s scope or even authority as chairman of the Oversight Committee, even if he did have time to address it.

But certainly SOMEONE in Congress could, and should get involved. The cruel irony of these permanent bases, (as well as the construction of the US Emerald City within the Green Zone)is that this of course perpetrated the violence. In short, this administration went to Iraq with the clear intention of remaining there, PERMANENTLY. It is reasonable and logical to assume that the legal residents of that nation would resent it, and that they would repel a foreign military occupation of their country, knowing that we have no intention of leaving.

And, that’s pretty much why the place is in total destruction today. The population sees little hope after 5 years of destruction of what they had, to the new construction of what can only be viewed in their minds, as a permanent take over of their nation.

Because of the fact that this was ALWAYS the plan of this administration, (even if most of us are late finding that out), I think it’s more than can be handled through the Oversight Committee. Matter of fact, I suspect that the only real way to fix this is to try the whole gang at the International Criminal Court, for various crimes of war, and we could begin with the illegality of the invasion and the permanent occupation. (There are many others, but that might kick it off)

But, I don’t know exactly where in Congress this should initiate. Seems like there should be some other Committees that could get this moving, but it never gets to the level of the bureaucracy that needs to take it all the way to action, since the perpetrators are at the highest levels, and will snuff out anyone who tries.

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By national-security-4-us, May 31, 2007 at 2:37 pm Link to this comment

sorry links were wrongs here they are -

http://national-security-4u.blogspot.com/ - 911 call

http://low_down69.livejournal.com/ - call 2 harm me

360.yahoo was correct….....

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By national-security-4-us, May 31, 2007 at 2:10 pm Link to this comment

CYRENA -

I RECALL THE PERSON WHO TURNED IN SADDAMS’ SONS GOT
PAID W/IN 72 HRS. & HE ONLY LIVED ABOUT A YEAR LONGER

I CAN SEE PEOPLE TELLING HIM HOW 2 INVEST & THEN KILLING HIM OFF/TAKING BACK THE CASH.

2 BE HONEST W/YOU ENOUGH WAS DONE 2 ME BY CRIPPLING ME FINANCIALLY LIKE YOU WOULDN’T/COULDN’T BELIEVE.
WHICH IS STILL IN EFFECT & WILL NOT LET UP.

4 STARTERS YOU HAVE 2 REMEMBER - THOSE IN HI-LEVEL CABINET POSTS - FINALLY RESIGNED OUT OF DISGUST OVER THE DECISION 2 DISAVOW THE ACTION I TOOK & STOPPED FROM COMING INTO FRUITION.

IT ALL MAKES ME TRULY BELIEVE THAT THESE PEOPLE WERE INTENTIONALLY HERE 2 DO WHAT WAS PLANNED - I KIND OF
JUST FUCKED IT UP FROM NOT HAPPENING - BY ME REALLY THROWING A MONKEY WRENCH INTO THE PICTURE.

ASHCROFT-THEN U.S.A.G - POWELL-THEN SEC.OF STATE - RIDGE-THEN SEC.OF DHS - RENYA-THEN U.S.MARSHAL DIR.
ALL SUDDENLY RESIGNED OVER TIME.

NOT 2 MENTION SOME FBI/CIA OFFICIALS WHICH WAS REALLY
QUIET - OTHER DHS. OFFICIALS - THE LIST IS ENDLESS.

YOU CAN NOT BEGIN 2 IMAGINE THE RUCKUS I RAISED - MY
CELL PHONE BILL AT THAT TIME WAS LIKE $500/MONTH 4-2
MONTHS STRAIGHT - CALLING EVERYBODY UNDER THE SUN.

I GOT NO WHERE & EVEN THOSE IN CONGRESS WERE EVEN THREATENED/INTIMIDATED/MANIPULATED OR IN SOME CASES
WERE GIVEN PROMOTIONS 4 THEIR SILENCE INTO THESE EXCLUSIVE CLUBS WHOSE ONLY GOAL IS DETRIMENTAL 2 THE
FUTURE OF AMERICA.

GOV.ARNOLD WAS TOLD HOW “TRUE LIES” WAS COMING 2 LIFE
IN FLORIDA & I “ERASED” THEM—WELL NEXT I SEE bush
IS IN CALIFORNIA & LIKELY TOLD HIM 2 REMAIN SILENT.

I CAN GO ON & ON W/VARIOUS STORIES OF ME TELLING SOME
PEOPLE ABOUT ALL OF THIS & THEIR REACTIONS WHICH WERE
ON TV - SINCE I SAW MOST OF THEM.

IT ALL CAME DOWN 2 THIS - YOU TALK YOU WALK/FIRED & WE’RE TOLD THEY RESIGNED - YOU STAY SILENT YOU KEEP YOUR JOB—IF YOU LEAVE & SPEAK OF THIS - YOU DIE.

I BY NO MEANS AM STUPID WHATSOEVER - SIMPLY BECAUSE I
FOUND THIS CELL W/2(mwt)THAT 1000’S & 1000’S OF PAID
LAW ENFORCEMENT PERSONNEL WERE LOOKING 4 SINCE 9/98
LOCAL/COUNTY/STATE/FEDERAL/INTELLIGENCE OFFICERS YOU
NAME IT—NOW EITHER THEIR WERE OR WERE NOT LOOKING 4 THEM 4 ME 2 FIND THEM SO FAST AFTER THE PRESS CONF.

ALSO I CALLED BUSH/ASHCROFTS’ COMMENT LINES AT LEAST
10-12 TIMES W/IDEAS ON HOW 2 MAKE AMERICA/THE WORLD A
SAFER PLACE/THE SAFEST.

MY IDEAS ALL DEALT W/NATIONAL SECURITY ISSUES & HOW BETTER 2 FIGHT THE WAR ON TERROR.

NEEDLESS 2 SAY ALL WERE IMPLEMENTED IN THE FORM OF
E.O’s = EXECUTIVE ORDERS - M.O’s = MILITARY ORDERS -
N.S.D.D. = NATIONAL SECURITY DIRECTIVE DECISIONS OR
BY IMPLEMENTING NEW LAWS OF TECHNIQUES ON THE BOOKS 2
MAKE US AS SAFE AS WE CAN POSSIBLE BE.

THIS ALL TRANSPIRED FROM 2/2002 - 4/2002 & MAYBE A DRIB/DRAB HERE OR THERE-BASICALLY ALL COMMUNICATION
CEASED & THEN THE ICING ON THE CAKE - “THE CAPTURES”

NOW MANY PEOPLE TOOK CREDIT 4 MY IDEAS - EVEN THOUGH
THE KNIGHTS OF THE ROUND TABLE HEARD ALL OF THESE TAPED MESSAGES AT THE DAILY P.D.B’S - SO ASHCROFT/
POWELL/RIDGE/TENET + OTHERS ALL KNOW BECAUSE THEY WERE THERE AT THE TIME OF EVERYTHING.

HERE ARE SOME LINKS YOU CAN READ THE CHAIN OF EVENTS
ON THE 911 CALL - A P.D.B. AFTER THE CAPTURE 2 COVER
IT ALL UP - JUST THE FACTS WITH THE TRUTH.

http://national-security.4u.blogspot.com/-911 call

http://low_down69.livejournal.com/-the call 2 harm me

http://360.yahoo.com/caspereraser1 - more in-depth on
the chain of events/911 call

NOW W/LAW ENFORCEMENT PERSONNEL SWORN 2 UPHOLD THE LAW & MANY AT ALL LEVELS ARE VIOLATING THIS - WOULD IT BE SAFE 2 SAY THAT THESE PEOPLE SHOULD NOT BE A
LAW ENFORCEMENT OFFICER ANY LONGER - BE IT AT EVERY LEVEL - REGARDLESS OF WHO THEY ARE—IF YOU KNOW &
ARE NOT TELLING THE TRUTH—YOU ARE VIOLATING THE
ETHICAL CODE OF CONDUCT A L.E.O. IS SWORN 2 UPHOLD.

ONE ROTTEN APPLE CAN AFFECT THE WHOLE BUNCH - GREED/
POWER/CONTROL/ABUSES & ON & ON IT GOES.

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By don knutsen, May 31, 2007 at 1:52 pm Link to this comment

Waxman and Conyers are two, the only two apparently within the House of Representitives who still understand their responcibilities as congressman to maintain oversite over the executive branch. Both have done exhaustive work documenting the multitude of lies spewed from this administration in the lead up and conducting of this war of the neo-con’s making. There work, if we had more congressman who loved this country, would certainly shorten up any hearings on impeachment or indictment for that matter. All that appears to be missing is the will of the democratic party and those republicans who still car about our country to act. The democratic leadership has shown their true colors in their misplaced priorites and its time they were replaced with people who have the courage to confront and repudiate this horrible administration. As Scott Ridder said in his article; this administration has spread like a cancer thruout. Simply impeaching these madmen isn;t enough on its own, though that should be the first order of buisness. Condeming all the other actions taken these last 6 years and making a 180 degree turn in direction is what is needed. I don’t see that kind of courage in any of the would be democratic pundits except Mike Gravel and possibly D. Kucinich. But do either of them have a chance ? I am tired of voting for the lesser of two evils, which seems to have been the choice lately.

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By national-security-4-us, May 31, 2007 at 1:22 pm Link to this comment

HERE IS ANOTHER ASKED REP. WAXMAN 2 INVESTIGATE ALL
LAW ENFORCEMENT PERSONNEL/MILITARY PEOPLE ABOUT USING STERIODS WHEN THE BASEBALL SHIT BROKE - YRS. AGO…

TOLD HOW USE OF STERIODS COULD BE LEADING 2 THE USE OF ILLEGAL FORCE/UNWARRANTED SHOOTINGS & THE LIKE…

AS USUAL NOTHING HAPPENED…

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By Lee, May 31, 2007 at 12:52 pm Link to this comment
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Waxman is certainly better than the rest but the rest are so slimy. One thing that requires no congressional investigation, no 2000 page report, no multi-year probe which is then sealed, is the exposure of the gargantuan lie of permanent military bases on Iraqi soil.

Timetables for withdrawal. No exit strategy. How much longer? Bring our boys home, and all the other ridiculous statements about ending the Iraqi occupation made by so many in government and the media. While media and representatives are making these popular statements, both must be aware, MUST Be AWARE, that we have been building permanent “enduring” military bases on Iraqi soil from the beginning of this undeclared war. It’s such a preposterous joke that we have for years been spending multiple billions to build permanent bases in Iraq while stating loudly that we had no intention to make our stay permanent.

A little like your in-laws coming over and building a cinderblock extension onto your house, but saying they only intend to stay in it for the weekend. Haven’t heard Nancy Pelosi mentioned the hypocrisy of permanent bases. Haven’t heard Mr. Waxman bring up the subject. Maybe they figure it wouldn’t go over all that well with the American public. Better not to upset them right now, they’re still a little testy about the Democrats most recent infusion of tax billions to generously satiate the tapeworm military-industrial complex.

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By QuyTran, May 31, 2007 at 12:13 pm Link to this comment

One a fewest good men left in House and Senate !

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By Hammo, May 31, 2007 at 11:52 am Link to this comment

Waxman, Conyers and others are stepping up to the plate and showing courage and honor by moving forward on these kinds of inquiries.

As mentioned in other comments, this needs to continue and address all areas that seem to require investigation.

A very large portion of the American people now have serious questions, having learned much more about troubling irregularities in the Bush-Cheney administration.

War profiteers, alleged activities of neocon-associated persons and others associated with the Bush-Cheney administration also seem to require assertive inquiry.

More on this in:

“A serious Congressional inquiry on Iraq is necessary”

PopulistAmerica.com
Populist Party of America
December 24, 2006

http://www.populistamerica.com/a_serious_congressional_inquiry_on_iraq_is_necessary

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“An urgent task for the new Congress: Conduct necessary inquiries and investigations properly”

PopulistAmerica.com
Populist Party of America
October 22, 2006

http://www.populistamerica.com/an_urgent_task_for_the_new_congress

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By cyrena, May 31, 2007 at 1:53 am Link to this comment

Ya know, I read this from Natl Sec, and it sends the routine chills down my spine, because this is now so believable. Sir, after reflecting on this, you should probably be glad they DIDN’T pay you the reward, because you probably wouldn’t be here to tell about it.

I’m almost surprised they didn’t send a CIA rendition team after you, once they got your letters, just to make sure you didn’t tell anybody else.

And ya know, Mr Waxman has SO MANY of these things to investigate, and I don’t know how one committee can check into all of these crimes, because they go all the way up to the top. This is the kind of corruption (for lack of a better word) that is seeming to be unstoppable now. Every single top official is at the heart of all this corruption. The Dick Bush Cabal is more dangerous than Hitler and his gang were, and I’m not sure people get how serious that is.

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By national-security-4-us, May 31, 2007 at 1:37 am Link to this comment

EVEN SENT SOMETHING SIMILIAR 2 THE HOUSE JUDICIARY COMMITTEE RECENTLY…

NOT 2 MENTION THE CHAIR/CO-CHAIR OF BOTH OF THE HOUSE/SENATE INTEL./JUDICIARY COMMITTEES…

IT IS FUNNY HOW EVERYONE IS LOOKING 4 DIRT ON THIS CRIMINALLY-EVIL ADMIN. & THEN WHEN SOMEONE SENDS THEM
SOMETHING THAT IS IN ESSENCE “TREASON” & PUNISHABLE
BY DEATH - NO ONE DOES NOTHING OR LIFTS A FINGER 2 THOROUGHLY INVESTIGATE IT - A STORY HAS 2 SIDES THE
TRUTH & THE LIES - WELL THEY ONLY LISTENED 2 THE FBI
& A BUNCH OF CAREER LIARS—NEVER EVER QUESTIONING
ME 2 GET 2 THE TRUTH…

NOW WE ALL KNOW THAT THE DOJ/INSPECTOR GENERAL MOST
RECENT REPORT WAS A SCATHING INDICTMENT OF THE CRIMES
NOT ACCIDENTAL LAPSES THE DOJ/FBI HAVE DONE IN THE
“NSA”-ILLEGAL WIRE-TAPPING - THE MISUSE/ABUSE OF THE
“NSL”-LETTERS—PLUS TOTALLY DISRESPECTING THE U.S.
SUPREME COURTS’ RULING ON THE DETAINEES’ RIGHTS…

EITHER THE MILITARY OR THE U.S.A.G HAS THE POWER 2 ARREST/DETAIN THE PRESIDENT 4 CRIMES OR WRONG-DOINGS.

HOWEVER THIS TANGLED WEBS OF LIES/DECEIT WE THE PEOPLE LET BE SPUN & CREATED RIGHT B-4 OUR VERY EYES WILL NOT DO SO OR EVER COME INTO FRUITION…

YET IT OCCURS IN LESS-CIVILIZED SOCIETIES WAY MORE THEN IT EVER HAPPENED IN AMERICA…

GONZALES WAS PICKED 4 U.S.A.G. POST BECAUSE BUSH KNEW
GONZALES WOULD NEVER MAKE THAT CALL EVEN IF IT WAS THE RIGHT THING 2 DO…

SO THAT STUPID MOTHER FUCKER + A HOST OF OTHER DUMB
ASSHOLES WILL FOLLOW bush STRAIGHT 2 THE LAKE OF FIRE
WILL NOT PASS GO BUT WILL BLOW ONE ANOTHER 4 THE REST
OF THEIR CONSCIENCE LIVES & THEY WILL ALL ENJOY IT…

NOW THE SENATE WHO CONFIRMED HIM HAS DONE AMERICA THE
GREATER DAMAGE - LIKEWISE THEY RECEIVE THE SAME PUNISHMENT 4 NOT DOING THEIR HOMEWORK & FOLLOWING OR
ADHERING 2 THE DEMON-POSSESSED ANTI-CHRIST PRESIDENT.

MY LIFE’S DESTROYED 4 SAVING THE NATION & MOST LIKELY
THE U.S. CONSTITUTION FROM BEING SUSPENDED AS WELL AS
WHATEVER TERRORIST ATTACK WAS PLANNED FOR MEMORIAL DAY-5/31/2004 OR 4TH OF JULY-2004 & I AM THE BAD GUY
HERE - IMAGINE THAT…

MY LIFE WAS RUINED WORST THEN VALERIE PLAME THE ONLY
DIFFERENCE IS - VALERIE PLAME GOT SOME MEDIA/PRESS ATTENTION - WHEREAS I GOT NONE…

I BELIEVE A EDICT WAS MADE BY OUR DECIDER 2 ALL THOSE
WHO KNOW WOULD FACE SERIOUS REPURCUSSIONS IF THESE MATTERS WERE EVER DISCUSSED & POSSIBLY EVEN DEATH…

LOST OF JOB/CAREER/PENSION - WHATEVER…

THE PRESS WHOEVER PUSHED THE ISSUE WAS ONLY LIED 2 TIME & TIME AGAIN - WHILE THEY ARE ONLY BEING USED BY
THE GOVT. 2 ADVANCE THEIR DIABOLICAL HEAD-GAMES…

INVESTIGATE THIS & GET 2 THE TRUTH OR BURN WITH THE
REST OF THE LYING/CONNIVING/DECEIVING/TREASONOUS CAREER CRIMINALS SCUMBAG WASTE OF HUMAN LIFE…

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By national-security-4-us, May 31, 2007 at 1:08 am Link to this comment

HELLO - HERE’S EVEN MORE SERIOUS CRIMES THIS ADMIN./ HI-LEVEL CABINET MEMBERS DID COLLUDE/CONSPIRE IN 2 COVER IT ALL UP.IT GETS MUCH DEEPER & IS KIND OF VERY
COMPLEX & INTRICATE.

Contact the Comm. on Oversight/Govt. Reform
U.S. House of Reps.
2157 Rayburn H.O.B
Wash.D.C. 20515
(202)225-5051

Message 2 Chairman Waxman - 3/26/07

REP.WAXMAN BECAUSE NO 1 INVESTIGATED MY CLAIMS THAT HAVE BEEN GIVEN 2 MEMBERS OF CONGRESS SINCE 6/2004 &
ON-MAINLY SINCE THE REP.CONTROLLED CONGRESS DENIED THIS INVESTIGATION FROM GOING AHEAD IN VARIOUS COMMITTEES IN BOTH CHAMBERS.

THE ARRAY OF CRIMINAL CONDUCT/CRIMES WERE COMMITTED
BY THE DOJ/FBI DIR./U.S.A.G.GONZALES ALL THE WAY UP 2 EVERY MEMBER OF THIS ADMINS’STAFF IS DISTURBING.
 
2 MAKE MATTERS EVEN WORSE THE PERSON IN ? - FAZUL ABDULLAH MOHAMMED-A MOST WANTED TERRORIST WHO WAS CAPTURED IN P.S.L,FLA. AT 6 PM ON 5/29/2004 FROM MY 911 CALL-WAS HELD/DETAINED FOR 2 1/2 YRS.-THEN WAS
RELEASED 2 THE JUNGLES OF SOMALIA IN 1/2007-2 BE SILENCED/KILLED-YET IT WAS REPORTED HE GOT AWAY.
 
THIS SIR IS A SERIOUS MATTER W/MANY WHO CHOSE 2 COVER
THIS UP/DISAVOW MY ACTIONS & NOT PAY THE REWARDS AS PRESCRIBED IN THE 14TH AMENDMENT SECT.4/THE 1978 LAW-“PUBLIC LAW-98-533”-2 COMBAT INTERNATIONAL TERRORISM-AKA THE R.F.J. PROGRAM W/NO OVERSIGHT WHATSOEVER.

IT LEADS ME 2 BELIEVE THAT POSSIBLE INVOLVEMENT OF THIS ADMIN. W/THOSE CAPTURED/MILITARY COMMISSIONS’
ACT WAS DESIGNED 2 ENSURE THAT THE TERRORISTS DIDN’T
TELL WHATEVER IT IS THEY MAY HAVE KNOWN IN OPEN COURT
-AS THEY WERE INDICTED IN U.S.FED.COURT & WERE NOT INDICTED BY THE MILITARY-SOMETHING SMELLS FISHY.
   
ASHCROFT/POWELL/RIDGE/U.S.MARSHAL DIR.BENJAMIN RENYA ALL WERE IN OFFICE & KNOW ABOUT THESE EVENTS OF 5/29/2004 + OTHERS W/BENJAMIN RENYA BEING CONTACTED BY ME VIA A MANILA ENVELOPE CONTAINING AT LEAST 10 PAGES OF INTEL. THAT MANY OTHER MEMBERS OF CONGRESS ALSO RECEIVED. 

HERE’S A LETTER SIR THAT I SENT TO O.P.R. BY WAY OF SIGNATURE CONFIRMATION ON 9/13/2005-THIS MATTER IS IN
DIRE NEED OF A SWIFT INVESTIGATION + THE APPROPRIATE
PUNISHMENT 4 EVERY-1 WHO’S INVOLVED WHO HAS VIOLATED THE PUBLICS’TRUST + LIED 2 SPECIFIC COMM. OF CONGRESS
WHILE APPEARING UNDER OATH.

SIR MANY MEMBERS OF THE DEMOCRATIC CAUCAS IN BOTH CHAMBERS ARE WELL AWARE OF THIS AS WELL AS A # OF REPs.

SERIOUS & MAJOR CRIMES WERE COMMITTED-I HOPE JUSTICE CAN FINALLY COME MY WAY WHEN I SACRIFICED MY TIME & ENERGY 2 FIND THESE PEOPLE B-4 THEY COULD COMMIT A TERRORIST ATTACK-THAT WOULD OF SURELY SUSPENDED THE CONSTITUTION AS WELL AS IMPLEMENTED A E.O. THAT WOULD
HAVE SHUT DOWN CONGRESS 4 AT LEAST 6 MONTHS-BARRING CONGRESS FROM DEBATING THE ORDER FOR 6 MONTHS = E.O.-
13083-I’M SURE IT WAS REVISED/MODIFIED SINCE IT WAS WRITTEN ON 5/14/1998.

SERIOUS TIMES R COMING 2 AMERICA/ITS’PEOPLE INCLUDING
MEMBERS OF CONGRESS IF THE APPROPRIATE ACTION IS NOT TAKEN 2 MAKE THE PUNISHMENT FIT THE CRIMES OF WHAT THESE PEOPLE DID/HAVE DONE-RE-READ THIS-RE-READ THIS & PLEASE PASS THIS ON 2 THE OTHER APPROPRIATE COMMITTEES-THANK YOU VERY MUCH 4 YOUR TIME. 

HERE’S THE LETTER SENT 2 O.P.R. W/THE ACTION SOUGHT DELIBERATELY DENIED BY THIS ADMIN. BECAUSE OF ITS’ CONTENTS.

Dear Office of Professional Responsibility,

SENT CERTIFIED 9/13/05 - SIGNATURE CONFIRMATION

On 5/27/04,from a newspaper I received the 7 photos from the 5/26/04 PRESS CONF.of U.S.A.G.JOHN ASHCROFT/
FBI DIR.MUELLER.On 5/29/04,after 300+ miles driven/9 hrs. later of being on the lookout/hunting these people down.About 5:30-5:35 pm,I noticed a car tailgating me HAD 2 OF THE 7 PEOPLE IN ? - after POSITIVELY IDENTIFYING these 2 as the 2 in the PHOTOS
-I forced them 2 pass me,2 acquire the vehicles’ license plate info.   

(Please refer 2-6/21/04 fax sent 2 Mr.Ashcroft/Pres.
Bush.)                                                    SINCERELY YOURS TRULY,
                        S.  COLLINS
                    NATIONAL SECURITY 4 US
   
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