Monday, December 04, 2006

JAILCELLphones: "FBI taps cell phone mic as eavesdropping tool" (CNet/

"Since the Fed's bought Nextel, I trashed my phone..."

- Tony Yayo (Mobb Deep f. Tony Yayo, "Click Click")

hey [redacted],

why don't you ask [redacted]? honestly it can't be that hard. until then i'll forward you the correspondence, i've had enough of this fascist "shut up!" nonsense, and it needs to be un-learned to help us make more intelligent decisions.

sorry i've been a little busy, the economy is about to be blown-out and that will affect all of us soon. the "rich" people are learning first as they always do, and preparing for it, and i'm afraid all of those "5-year fixed" interest-rate mortgages are going to spike in the next 20 years, leading to lost over-priced chicken-coop condos and sad homiez and homietta's.

you can already see the housing slowdown has started, and while everyone thinks that "everything will be just fine", only a handful know the privately held central bank for ALL the central banks in the world, the B.I.S. (Bank for International Settlements) demanded a minimum of 8% in hard-reserves in 1990 from all central banks in every country in the world.

what does that mean?

the banks lending out many-times what they had, i.e. the perfectly legal and perfectly immoral "fractional reserve banking", started scrambling to meet the requirements, calling in loans and completely strangling the third world economies first. even japan has been in a recession for the last 15 years, and it's only their small population and great technology that's keeping them afloat as their banks had some of the lowest cash/asset reserves in the world.

the big bankers are the true rulers of the world since they gained the power to print money out of nothing. when we were smarter and used "history" as "context", more of us used to know that, including some of our greatest thinkers.

btw: our politicians can't even fart without their permission.

to wit: how do you think bush is being protected by the u.s. media?

there was enough in "fahrenheit 9/11" to indict any president, and hundreds of stories for journalists to expand on. if bush doesn't do what they want the rich media-magnates and their owners/investors will turn on him with a vengeance, and kick him out of office within 24 hours by getting us riled up about his murderous incompetence instead of recycling "bird-flu" every 6 months.

(and don't even get me started on "iraq", it's worse than the "holocaust". seriously. that's why they tell you "22 people were killed by a car-bomb", because it's "sad" but "not that bad", and nothing close to what's really happening - including G.I. suicide-rates that make vietnam look like disneyland, being forced to brutalize innocent people can make teenagers act a lil' crazy sometimes...)

if you take a look you can already see incremental price increases across the board in north america, and as ms. catherine fitts, former asst. secretary for housing under bill clinton said in the recent film "America: Freedom to Fascism"...

"A decision was made to move the jobs overseas and dumb-down America, and eliminate the middle-class."

again: she is a qualified political professional, there is absolutely no reason for her to say this, and she'll probably get invited to fewer parties as a result. the reason they are doing this is so they can destroy the only political base in the world that can use the u.s. constitution to keep the "new roman empire" criminals in check, and while it's messy it seems to be working.

all of this "left/right" nonsense is a distraction, as is nearly everything in the media we get upset about today and forget about tomorrow. that's why things always seem to be getting worse, and that's why we have absolutely no idea what to do about it. if you have a pen and paper you can make a massive list of things you've read a lot about over the last year that don't matter, including canada's "quebec-nation" thing, another meaningless load of crap and cheap ploy by stephen "heil!" harper to buy quebecois support with... press coverage.

anyway, i wanted to ask [redacted], it's the criminals in "homeland security" who hopefully think i'm a bum. no worries, the feeling is mutual... ;P

thx, [redacted]


FBI taps cell phone mic as eavesdropping tool

CNet | December 2, 2006
Declan McCullagh and Anne Broache

update: The FBI appears to have begun using a novel form of electronic surveillance in criminal investigations: remotely activating a mobile phone's microphone and using it to eavesdrop on nearby conversations.

The technique is called a "roving bug," and was approved by top U.S. Department of Justice officials for use against members of a New York organized crime family who were wary of conventional surveillance techniques such as tailing a suspect or wiretapping him.

Nextel cell phones owned by two alleged mobsters, John Ardito and his attorney Peter Peluso, were used by the FBI to listen in on nearby conversations. The FBI views Ardito as one of the most powerful men in the Genovese family, a major part of the national Mafia.

The surveillance technique came to light in an opinion published this week by U.S. District Judge Lewis Kaplan. He ruled that the "roving bug" was legal because federal wiretapping law is broad enough to permit eavesdropping even of conversations that take place near a suspect's cell phone.

Kaplan's opinion said that the eavesdropping technique "functioned whether the phone was powered on or off." Some handsets can't be fully powered down without removing the battery; for instance, some Nokia models will wake up when turned off if an alarm is set.

While the Genovese crime family prosecution appears to be the first time a remote-eavesdropping mechanism has been used in a criminal case, the technique has been discussed in security circles for years.



BBC (from

Heavy mobile use 'damages sperm'

Experts are calling for further research into the effect of mobiles on fertility

Researchers found those men who used a phone for four hours or more a day had fewer sperm and those they had moved less well and were of poorer quality.

The Ohio study involving 364 men was presented to the American Society for Reproductive Medicine in New Orleans.

But a UK expert said it was unlikely the phones were to blame, as they were in use and not near the testes, and it may be being sedentary was the cause.

The team from the Cleveland Clinic Foundation in Ohio tested the sperm of 364 men who were being treated at fertility clinics in Mumbai, India, with their partners.

It was found that the heaviest users, those who used their phones for more than four hours a day had the lowest average sperm counts, at 50 million per millilitre (ml) and the least healthy sperm.

Men who used their phones for between two and four hours a day averaged sperm counts of 69 million per ml and had moderately healthy sperm.

Those who said they did not use mobile phones at all had the highest average sperm counts, of 86 million per ml, and their sperm was of the highest quality seen.

[Cleveland news story continued in Europe, but not in America, except on where I first found it...]


NY Times/

"Several guards in camouflage and riot gear approached cell No. 103. They unlocked a rectangular panel at the bottom of the door and Mr. Padilla's bare feet slid through, eerily disembodied. As one guard held down a foot with his black boot, the others shackled Mr. Padilla's legs. Next, his hands emerged through another hole to be manacled.

Wordlessly, the guards, pushing into the cell, chained Mr. Padilla's cuffed hands to a metal belt. Briefly, his expressionless eyes met the camera before he lowered his head submissively in expectation of what came next: noise-blocking headphones over his ears and blacked-out goggles over his eyes. Then the guards, whose faces were hidden behind plastic visors, marched their masked, clanking prisoner down the hall to his root canal.

The videotape of that trip to the dentist, which was recently released to Mr. Padilla's lawyers and viewed by The New York Times, offers the first concrete glimpse inside the secretive military incarceration of an American citizen whose detention without charges became a test case of President Bush's powers in the fight against terror. Still frames from the videotape were posted in Mr. Padilla's electronic court file late Friday.

To Mr. Padilla's lawyers, the pictures capture the dehumanization of their client during his military detention from mid-2002 until earlier this year, when the government changed his status from enemy combatant to criminal defendant and transferred him to the federal detention center in Miami. He now awaits trial scheduled for late January.

Together with other documents filed late Friday, the images represent the latest and most aggressive sally by defense lawyers who declared this fall that charges against Mr. Padilla should be dismissed for “outrageous government conduct,” saying that he was mistreated and tortured during his years as an enemy combatant.

Now lawyers for Mr. Padilla, 36, suggest that he is unfit to stand trial. They argue that he has been so damaged by his interrogations and prolonged isolation that he suffers post-traumatic stress disorder and is unable to assist in his own defense. His interrogations, they say, included hooding, stress positions, assaults, threats of imminent execution and the administration of "truth serums."

[Continued forever and ever and ever unless we're clever...]


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