DEALegal.org Launches Media Campaign Citing Constitutional Violations by DEA
DEALegal.org announces media campaign to bring awareness to violations of US constitution by DEA and Law enforcement.
- (1888PressRelease) July 31, 2012 - DEALegal.org annouced today that it will launch a nationwide media campaign and public awareness website in an effort to bring focus on the following violations of the United States Constitution by the Justice Department's Drug Enforcement Agency and other law enforcement groups, trade associations and agencies:
1. DEA Practice of banning substances without congressional oversight or other review by civilian representatives. Creating "laws" contrary to definition within US Constitution.
2. DEA Practice of illegally searching, detaining, arresting ad seizing property without just cause, reasonable suspicion that crimes have been commited per laws passed by congress.
3. DEA practice of issuing false statements to news media in support of it's campaign against substances and their handlers, distributors without imperical data to support the claims.
4. DEA practice of surveilling citizens without a warrent or court order issued by a Judge.
Additionally, DEALegal.org will launch several websites designed to report instances of unfair reporting by news media and press outlets to include:
1. Press outlet not reporting opposing viewpoints on dangers and/or prospective uses of substances illegally banned by DEA.
2. Neglegence on the part of reporters whereas no due dillegence has be exercised and items have been published without verification at the behest of law enforcement agencies and affiliations.
DEALegal.org represents constitutional interests of persons, organizations and entitities currently under attack by these named organizations and will register in all 50 US States for the right to raise money in support of awareness campaigns, legal aid and litigiation.
DEALegal.org has representatives immediately available for interview, comment, report and other informational requests by all news media and reporting outlets. Requests can be made at the following websites:
law ( @ ) dealegal dot org