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summerschild

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December 27, 2014

It's more than worrying - it's dangerous

that these people are that immature and that well armed!!!

December 9, 2014

Makes beheading look downright kindly, don't it?

F'kin makes me so angry.

How dare them torture in my name and call themselves PATRIOTS.

December 5, 2014

One of the first things stressed to new Postal employees is the "sanctity" of the mail.

You can literally lose your job for picking up a stamp that has fallen loose to the floor if you pocket it. They are very serious about protecting the mail that has been entrusted to them. I've been out a few years now (retired) but the large offices used to have catwalks in the ceiling where postal inspectors could observe the workroom floor without being seen. They were used to prevent theft of and from mail.

Think Staples is going to take the same care?

December 2, 2014

We were typing at the same time, looks like!

Sorry I mis-remembered "Inslaw" so I misspelled it. I'll have to dig up my old files. There were some interesting (and still very contemporary) entities involved, including some wealthy (now) security companies.

December 2, 2014

i added Danny to my "suicided" file years ago.

It is a fascinating story and Danny was a very brave man.

Some of the players in the Anslaw case are still alive (Meese for one) and it's a shame no one was ever proven involved in his death.

When Snowden made his revelations about NSA systems I wondered if the Octopus might have been the beginning.

I look forward to learning more - and like Gary Web, I hope Danny has some peace. We need to value and protect our investigative journalists. It is a dangerous life, indeed.

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