District Attorney J. Gregory Damm Is Watching YOU
The Las Vegas Review-Journal had an online article about a tax fraud case against a local business owner. And now the editor has been ordered to reveal the identities of some of the people who made anonymous online comments about the prosecution.
The subpoena was issued by U.S. Assistant District Attorney J. Gregory Damm, who’s prosecuting the case. Damm is demanding not only the real names of the people who posted anonymous comments. He also wants to know the gender, street address, date of birth, phone number, Internet Service Provider, IP and credit card numbers of each and every one of those radical First Amendment terrorists.
What country is this again?
The newspaper editor, Thomas Mitchell, is planning to fight the subpoena. Let’s hope he wins, or we’re all going down a slippery slope. If you’re homeless and have no phone, ISP, credit cards or a pot to piss in, you still have your Constitutional rights. Please visit the nearest public computer and call U.S. Assistant District Attorney J. Gregory Damm the vilest names you can think of. And his mother too.
The rest of us — don’t even think about it. We’re being WATCHED.
Isn’t that terrible what’s going on over in Iran? Some people are saying that Ahmadinejad stole the election. That’s just shocking! Unthinkable!!
Labels: Ahmadinejad Iran election, anonymous online commenter identity, Las Vegas Review-Journal editor Thomas Mitchell, Las Vegas Review-Journal subpoena, U.S. Assistant District Attorney J. Gregory Damm