A State of Distress


Dear Editor: Regarding your editorial today “Absurd secrecy in Holmes Trial,” the judge has maintained “absurd secrecy” because he was ordered to do so. As reported in Business Insider (May, 2012) by Michael Hastings (who was assassinated in May, 2013), an amendment to the NDAA makes it legal for the US government to engage in covert domestic psyops by nullifying the Smith Mundt Act of 1948 “which explicitly forbids information and psychological operations aimed at influencing US public opinion.” That amendment took effect in January of this year, making legal the Aurora shooting hoax the previous August. ¬†After one of these domestic psyops, the FBI visits the judge hearing the case (if they left the patsy/sheepdippee alive) and lets him know how the case will be handled. Then they slap him with a National Security Letter to shut him up. Surely, you have SOME knowledge of this.
 Sincerely, David Bovie

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