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Old July 24th 07, 02:25 AM posted to alt.pedophile.peter-j-ross.loves-little-boys,alt.asshat.peter-j-ross.the-black-doctor-guy-on-er,rec.pets.dogs.rescue,sci.crypt
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[the first arrest in the OKC
* bombing had just been made], the President sought to reassure the
* public that the Government was already making great efforts to do so.
* Groping for a specific illustration, he appeared to think twice about
* describing the incident, but then went ahead.
* There's been a lot of activity that the public does not see, most of
* which I should not comment on, but let me give you one specific example,"
* he said.
* "There was one incident with which I was INTIMATELY FAMILIAR, which
* involved a quick and secret deployment of a major United States effort
* of F.B.I.," and emergency, health and Army forces.
* "Because we had A TIP OF A POSSIBLE TERRORIST INCIDENT which, thank
* goodness, did not materialize," the President added.
* However, the F.B.I. later stated it was investigating it as a hoax threat.
* A Justice Department spokesman said it was "completely inaccurate" to
* describe the incident as anything other than a hoax.

And how did the President, who said he was 'intimately familiar' with the
incident, come to believe that it was an [informer] tip about a possible
threat, and not an anonymous hoax threat?

The American people are not the only ones the NSA/FBI lie to...

Notice how secrecy keeps playing a major part in all this...June 28, 1996,
NYT, "Lawmaker Tells of High Cost of Keeping Secret Data Secret", the House
intelligence committee said, not even including the CIA, the U.S. spends
FIVE POINT SIX BILLION DOLLARS A YEAR (twice the annual combined budgets of
the FBI and DEA) on "a document classification system stuck on autopilot,
indiscriminately stamping 'Top Secret' on thousands of documents every year."

ECHELON generates 90% of those documents. Machines.

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