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Date: Sun, 20 Jul 1997 08:49:41 -0700
To: liberty-and-justice@pobox.com
From: Paul Andrew Mitchell [address in tool bar]
Subject: SLS: Wiretap (fwd)

The Commerce Clause empowers Congress to regulate
commerce among the several states;  it does not
empower Congress to regulate commerce among the
inhabitants of the several states.  The Framers
knew the difference between the two constructions.
This is the main reason why registering your car
thrusts you into "interstate" commerce, whether
you like it or not.

/s/ Paul Mitchell

At 09:03 AM 7/20/97 -0400, you wrote:
>http://www.totalweb.co.uk/sharbar/jescroll/ <-Dead Sea Scrolls
>http://www.hoffman-info.com/communist.html <-Atheist "JEWISH" Communists
>http://www.hoffman-info.com/talmudtruth.html 		<-Talmud 
>http://www.ptialaska.net/~swampy/illuminati/zion.html   <-PROTOCOLS
>http://www.iahushua.com/Zion/		<-Dark Pages of Zionism
>Good News and Bad News...
>Herein you will see a comment made that ONLY the FCC can resolve it...
>Think about this folks, did you elect any of the FCC members ? Does the WORD
>FEDERAL have context anymore ? Federal CANNOT dictate issues in INTRASTATE
>matters, only INTERSTATE i.e. long distance, and even then only in
>accordance with the US Constitution, and Bill of Rights regarding
>warrantless searches privacy of personal effects and conversations.  
>	ralph@TeamInfinity.com
>Published Wednesday, July 16, 1997, in the San Jose Mercury News
>  Phone firms resist FBI wiretap gear    New York Times
>  Asserting that the FBI is trying to force the development of wiretapping
>equipment that goes beyond the law, telephone industry executives said
>Tuesday they would petition the Federal Communications Commission to resolve
>a dispute over the limits of digital surveillance in the information age.
> Industry executives are expected to ask the commission to step in today
>after more than two years of negotiations with law enforcement authorities
>over standards for advanced digital telephone switching gear intended to
>permit the police and FBI agents to listen to suspected criminals.
> The two sides failed to reach an agreement at a meeting last week in
> Boston.
> ``We've come to an impasse and only the FCC can resolve it,'' said Stewart
>Baker, a Washington lawyer representing the industry.
> FBI officials said Tuesday they were still confident that disagreements
> with
>the industry could be worked out. Another negotiating session is scheduled
>for next week.
> ``We're still committed to the negotiating process,'' said Edward Allen,
>section chief in the Information Division at the FBI. The Communications for
>Law Enforcement Act, which was signed into law by President Clinton in 1994,
>calls for spending $500 million to modify the nation's telephone network for
>wiretapping and specifies a standard-setting process to redesign the
> Telephone industry officials have warned that the cost of making the
>modifications requested by law enforcement might run into the billions of
>dollars. They also contend that the FBI has overstepped its mandate and is
>trying to control the process of setting standards. The law, they say,
>specifies only that the agency will be consulted in setting the standard.
> Industry executives say their companies will be at risk of being sued by
>civil liberties groups over privacy invasions.
> Law enforcement is asking for the ability to maintain a wiretap in a
>conference call even after the individual who is the object of the court-
>authorized wiretap drops out of the phone call. Such a capability would
>require costly modifications to the telephone network, industry officials
> ``We're taking this action out of monumental frustration,'' said Thomas
>Wheeler, president of the Cellular Telecommunications Industry Association,
>trade group in Washington.
> The telephone industry is facing an October 1998 deadline to comply with
>the law. Wheeler said the members of his association were growing
>increasingly concerned that in the absence of a standard they would have
>insufficient time to develop new products that comply with the law. The
>legislation provides for $10,000 a day in penalties for companies that fail
>to meet the requirements.
>El Jeffe, El Capiton, Generalissimo Klintonista speaks out 
>			 	about the US Constitution:
>"When we got organized as a country and we wrote a fairly radical
>Constitution with a radical Bill of Rights, giving a radical amount of
>individual freedom to Americans ..."
>"And so a lot of people say there's too much personal freedom.  When
>personal freedom's being abused, you have to move to limit it.  That's what
>we did in the announcement I made last weekend on the public housing
>projects, about how we're going to have weapon sweeps and more things like
>that to try to make people safer in their communities."
>President Bill Clinton, 3-22-94, MTV's "Enough is Enough"
>"We can't be so fixated on our desire
> to preserve the rights of ordinary Americans ..."
>  Bill Clinton  (USA TODAY, 11 March 1993, page 2A)
>	Why cant any of these be considered a violation of the oath of
>        office to uphold the Constitution and qualify as TREASON !!
>"Gun registration is not enough." Attorney General Janet Reno, December 10,
>1993 (Associated Press) 
>"Waiting periods are only a step. Registration is only a step. The
>prohibition of private firearms is the goal." - Janet Reno
>"What good does it do to ban some guns. All guns should be banned." Sen.
>Howard Metzanbaum 
>"Our task of creating a socialist America can only succeed when those who
>would resist us have been totally disarmed."  Sara Brady, Chairman, Handgun
>Control, to Sen. Howard Metzanbaum, The National Educator, January 1994,
>Page 3. 
>	ralph@TeamInfinity.com  (I can get you SAPF films/tapes/materials,
>        "Harry's War" the suppressed film, Tragedy & Hope the book,
>        US/UN/DontTreadonMe FLAGS, bumperstickers YardSigns & T-Shirts,
>        inquire)
>	http://TeamInfinity.com/~ralph/code/t26.html
>	http://TeamInfinity.com/urls.html
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Paul Andrew Mitchell                 : Counselor at Law, federal witness
B.A., Political Science, UCLA;  M.S., Public Administration, U.C. Irvine

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