U.S. intelligence agencies have “harvested” the personal and private data of “hundreds of federal officials and judges, including Chief Justice John Roberts and Justice Ruth Bader Ginsberg,” charges a legal brief filed by Larry Klayman, the attorney who has come to be known as “the NSA slayer” for his successful legal battles against the National Security Agency.
[KLAYMAN SAID]: “The U.S. Court of Appeals for the District of Columbia Circuit (‘D.C. Circuit’) has not acted fast enough to protect the rights of all these Americans and unconstitutional actions by the U.S. Government are still continuing without redress. Plaintiffs in this case sought and received a preliminary injunction, which by design is intended to put an immediate stop to any unconstitutional activity. However, this injunction proves ineffective as long as this injunction is stayed pending appeal. The longer the D.C. Circuit delays in issuing its opinion, the longer Plaintiffs’ and all Americans’ constitutional rights are being violated.”
As he did a month ago, attorney Larry Klayman, founder of FreedomWatch, asked the court to question a witness in secret.
The witness, Dennis Montgomery, can testify “about the unconstitutional and illegal surveillance conducted by the National Security Agency and the Central Intelligence Agency that is highly relevant and of crucial important … as he worked closely with these agencies following the tragedy of Sept. 11, 2001,” said Klayman.
In Wednesday’s filing, Klayman revealed Montgomery would provide evidence intelligence agencies have even spied on and collected private and personal information on Supreme Court Justices John Roberts and Ruth Bader Ginsberg.
Read more at http://www.wnd.com/2015/04/u-s-gathering-dirt-on-supreme-court-justices/#ASF1tIYsKuEjWTbf.99