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Private Attorney General writes to Cliff Kincaid re: Bradley Manning and Julian Assange

----- Forwarded Message -----
From: Paul Andrew Mitchell <supremelawfirm@gmail.com>
To: cliff.kincaid@aim.org
 Sent: Saturday, December 31, 2011 8:16 AM
Subject: Private Attorney General writes to Cliff Kincaid re: Bradley Manning and Julian Assange

http://www.newswithviews.com/Kincaid/cliff580.htm


Greetings Cliff:

I invite you to view a few recent films, in order to put this controversy
into what I believe is its proper historical and factual context:

(1)  "The Green Zone" starring Matt Damon:

http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0947810/


(2)  "The New American Century" in 10 Parts at YouTube:

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=U14cONsdsYQ



"The Green Zone" was particularly helpful to me, for several reasons --
arguably the most important of which is that it appears to be historically
accurate on the paramount question it addressed:  Did Iraq have WMD?

An official report by the USAF Counterproliferation Center at Maxwell AFB
two YEARS to the month before 9/11/2001, confirmed that Niger's "yellow cake"
(uranium oxide) had been conveyed to Israel's nuclear reactor at Dimona,
NOT to Iraq:

http://www.supremelaw.org/authors/farr/farr.2.htm


[begin quote]


After the 1967 war, France stopped supplies of uranium to Israel.  These supplies were from former French colonies of Gabon, Niger, and the Central Africa Republic.34  Israel had small amounts of uranium from Negev phosphate mines and had bought some from Argentina and South Africa, but not in the large quantities supplied by the French.  Through a complicated undercover operation, the Israelis obtained uranium oxide, known as yellow cake, held in a stockpile in Antwerp.  Using a West German front company and a high seas transfer from one ship to another in the Mediterranean, they obtained 200 tons of yellow cake.  The smugglers labeled the 560 sealed oil drums “Plumbat,” which means lead, hence “Operation Plumbat.”35  The West German government may have been involved directly but remained undercover to avoid antagonizing the Soviets or Arabs.36  Israeli intelligence information on the Nazi past of some West German officials may have provided the motivation.37

[end quote]


Moreover, the humanitarian crisis that already existed in Iraq, prior to the second
U.S. invasion of that country, had already been very well documented for
the whole world to see. 

Just read the Exhibits in this VERIFIED CRIMINAL COMPLAINT, ON INFORMATION
and please take careful note of the publication dates of each such Exhibit:

http://www.supremelaw.org/cc/gwbush/vcc.htm

         (M)     “Beyond Torture:  U.S. Violations of Occupation Law in Iraq,”
A report by the Center for Economic and Social Rights

(N)     “Sanctions Against Iraq:  Costs of Failure,”
by Peter Boone, Haris Gazdar and Athar Hussain (November 1997)
A report by the Center for Economic and Social Rights

(O)     “The Human Costs of War in Iraq,”
A report by the Center for Economic and Social Rights

I am not one to relish body counts;  nevertheless, the human costs of Iraq's
multi-decade bloodbath have now easily exceeded 1.25 Million violent and
premature deaths of its People, NOT COUNTING the long-term health effects
predictable from depleted uranium ordnance widely used in both U.S. wars
of aggression against Iraq.

"Shock and Awe?"  Whose "shock" and whose "awe" please?


Now, please expand the scope above to include also every conflict
-- mentioned even slightly in "The New American Century" --
which involved any kind of "intervention" by the U.S. Military
in any other foreign country.

Who was it who first said that "Governments Kill People"?

Who is responsible for the greater moral and ethical outrages here?


Our answer:  The Government of the United States!


I have my own questions for Mr. Assange, which primarily concern
his biases in favor of the apartheid, racist and fascist government
now in control of the rogue State of Israel.

Regardless of the relevance or lack of relevance of his well documented biases,
I will never regard it as proper for Federal Prosecutors to commence criminal proceedings
when those very same Federal Prosecutors have unclean hands themselves.

If you have any doubts about my reasons for writing the preceding paragraph,
perhaps you might benefit from reading the reasons why my office has now
concluded that the U.S. District Courts have no criminal jurisdiction whatsoever:

http://www.supremelaw.org/authors/mitchell/court.conspiracy.exposed.htm


How many times have these very same Federal "Prosecutors" said that
ignorance of the Law is no excuse for violating the Law?



The People of this planet who presently hate the United States
do not feel that way because "they hate our freedoms" [sic];
they do so because they hate our manifold hypocrisies.


What I believe America has most to fear is a complete loss of all respect
for due process of Law and for the fundamental principles embodied
in the Fifth Amendment, namely:  that there shall be no deprivations of
life, liberty or property without that due process of Law, and that
a man is innocent until proven guilty as determined by a competent and qualified
jury of his peers
.


Against these long-standing principles of American jurisprudence,
the Peoples of Iraq and Afghanistan have now suffered and continue to
suffer SUMMARY EXECUTION at the hands of the U.S. Military.


We invite you to justify, and publish, your own answers to the key moral and ethical questions
discussed above.


Thank you.


--
Sincerely yours,
/s/ Paul Andrew Mitchell, B.A., M.S.
Private Attorney General, 18 U.S.C. 1964
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