Saturday, March 22, 2014

What? My Church Is Suing The NSA?

Strictly speaking, no, but one of its congregations (the First Unitarian Church of Los Angeles) and the Unitarian Universalist Association's social services/activism arm (the Unitarian Universalist Service Committee) are joining in a group of 22 organizations represented legally by the Electronic Frontier Foundation (EFF) in suing the NSA for violation of the organizations' First Amendment freedom-of-association rights and, separately, the claims by NSA that the aforementioned lawsuit does not require preservation of possible evidence more recent than the original Bush administration NSA spying cases, leading to reasonable speculation that the NSA has in fact destroyed such evidence in cases pending for several years.

I am sorry to be so mistrustful, but I would put absolutely nothing past those (expletive)s... nothing. Destruction of evidence in a pending lawsuit? ¡No problemo! Spying on a church? Why the Hell not? after all, they're only Unitarians. And lying about it all? Lying is their stock in trade. Anything... that's what they would do, and probably did do.

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