Spying on Scientists: How the FDA Mon...

Spying on Scientists: How the FDA Monitored Whistleblowers Who Raised Concerns over Radiation

There are 1 comment on the Democracy Now story from Jul 17, 2012, titled Spying on Scientists: How the FDA Monitored Whistleblowers Who Raised Concerns over Radiation. In it, Democracy Now reports that:

The Food and Drug Administration has been found to have launched a massive surveillance campaign targeting its own scientists for writing letters to journalists, members of Congress and President Obama.

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“GOVERNMENT OF DECEIVERS (GOD)”

Since: Sep 10

NEWARK, NEW JERSEY

#1 Jul 19, 2012
In the American Holocaust whistleblowers save lives and this costs the American Holocaust Perpetraitors organizations money. There is normally no redress for the victims and the coerced perp gets immunity until they are hunted down and commits suicide before they are executed. All keeping with the National Goal death fix it. Murderbyproxy - collusion / terrorism.

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