January 02, 2010

TAKE ACTION: Our Constitutional Rights have fundamentally altered!!~Ak Prayingmom

Louie Stanley commented to the Health Care Resolution

"Just about everything done in this country is unconstitutional.  I'm more worried about the power our courts are gaining by eliminating and over riding the jury system and the militarization of our civilian police force.  "
----- Original Message -----
From: "Amy Walker" <akprayingmom@mtaonline.net>
To: <undisclosed-recipients:>
Sent: Saturday, January 02, 2010 8:14 PM
Subject: TAKE ACTION: Our Constitutional Rights have fundamentally altered!!
Contact all your congressional representatives in the House and Senate.
Executive Order 12425 must be stopped!! [Repealed]

With the signing of an under-publicized amendment to Executive Order
12425, Barack Obama has fundamentally altered our constitutional
rights. His actions are undermining our rights to protect personal
privacy from a foreign internationalist police agency named Interpol.
Not only does this action violate the 4th and 6th Amendments to the U.
S. Constitution,, but this action has far reaching implications and
threatens the sovereignty of America.

Obama's secretive Executive Order amended an order issued by President
Reagan in 1983. Reagan's order recognized Interpol as an International
Organization and gave it privileges and immunities commonly extended to
foreign diplomats, but with significant constitutional safeguards.

Specifically, Interpol's property and assets remained subject to search
and seizure by American law enforcement, and its archived records
remained subject to public scrutiny under provisions of the Freedom of
Information Act. Interpol had to answer to the FBI and U.S. courts
under Reagan's order. These safeguards were stripped away by Obama's
action the week before Christmas without debate or explanation. Obama
picked the holiday season to make this radical change to minimize media

This order marks a significant change in federal policy and usurps the
constitutional power of our government by yielding it to an
international organization. Michael van Der Galien writes, "This
foreign law enforcement organization can operate free of an important
safeguard against government and abuse. Property and assets, including
the organization's records, cannot now be searched or seized. Their
physical operational locations are now immune from U.S. legal and
investigative authorities."

Obama has given an international organization unsupervised freedom to
investigate Americans on our own soil without recourse or the
supervision of our own government.

Why would we elevate an international police force above American law?
Why would we immunize an international police force from the
limitations that constrain the FBI and other American law-enforcement
agencies? Why is it suddenly necessary to have, within the Justice
Department, a repository for stashing government files which,
therefore, will be beyond the ability of Congress, American
law-enforcement, the media, and the American people to scrutinize?

The U.S. Constitution clearly states that it is the supreme law of our
land and allowing the International Criminal Court to supersede the
U.S. Constitution violates America's sovereignty. Second, the War on
Terror is unpopular with Europeans and the International Criminal Court
  may attempt to prosecute heroic American soldiers with trumped up war

An added wrinkle to this executive order is that Interpol's operations
center for the United States is housed within our own Justice
Department. Many of the agents are Americans who work under the aegis
of Interpol. This order has potentially created the new civilian
security force that Obama proposed during his campaign. This group of
law enforcement officials is no longer subject to the restraints
enshrined in the U.S. Constitution.

The order guarantees that Interpol officers have immunity from
prosecution for crimes they may commit in the United States. This order
shows blatant disregard for the U.S. Constitution. While Obama is
extending due process rights to terrorists he is weakening those same
rights for American citizens. If a citizen were to be prosecuted by
Interpol their newly granted immunity would interfere with the
discovery process. Since Interpol files are immune to disclosure, a
citizen could be denied his right to see the information used to
prosecute him or her.

We must stop this tyrannical campaign to enslave Americans that removes
all recourse of restoration of American rights and freedom guaranteed
by law under the U. S. Constitution.

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