FBI to newspapers: Sorry about your phone records
Sat Aug 9, 2:18 PM ET
WASHINGTON - FBI Director Robert Mueller has apologized to the editors of The Washington Post and The New York Times for improperly obtaining phone records of the newspapers' reporters while investigating terrorism four years ago.
Mueller called Post Executive Editor Leonard Downie Jr. and Times Executive Editor Bill Keller on Friday to express regret that agents did not follow proper procedures in 2004 when they obtained the phone records of a Post reporter and a researcher and two Times reporters. All four were working in Indonesia and writing about Islamic terrorism at the time.
You abused the Constitution of the United States like some third rate pimp on his near death crack whore. You took the most sacred document ever written in the name of freedom and threw it away like a dirty VD infected used rubber. You treated the most important tool we have in this country in our arsenal of liberty nd democracy like it was some sort of pulp trash for wiping your filthy asses with.
All you can say is "We're sorry?"
Why have the federal agents not broken down the doors to the white house and dragged it's occupants into a federal courthouse to answer for the crimes they have committed against "We the People of the United States?" Why are the people not hysterical with resentment and indignation at the way their constitutional rights have been treated like unimportant rescindable policy.
These piece of shit mother fucking corporate royalists and their MoronMonkeyPuppetBoy Bush the Chimp need to be thrown into a cold dank cell where they can rot.
I'm serious about MY Constitution of the United States.
So serious that I'll take a break from Florida bathroom remodeling to rant and rave about traitors and their felonious assaults upon us.
Oh, BTW: I heard that is going to be a new way for criminals to get out of trouble in the good ol USA. . . simply say you're sorry. "Oh, I'm sorry I assaulted that woman," or "I'm sorry I stole that car." What a great new plan for American justice. . . courtesy of the Bush White House. It'll take a big load off the court system.
Yea, I want 4 more years!!! Vote Puffy McBush.