3 more "robes" lacking credentials in EPIC v. NSA: "Will likely never know the details of the NSA-Google relationship."
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3 more "robes" lacking credentials in EPIC v. NSA:
"Will likely never know the details of the NSA-Google relationship."
Thanks to U.S. Appeals Court We Will Likely Never Know the Details of the NSA-Google Relationship> Did I forget anything or miss any errors?
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Yes! Just look at the "robes" on the appeals panel:
http://www.supremelaw.org/rsrc/commissions/kavanaugh.brett/nad.missing.credentials.htm <--- missing all 4 credentials!
The importance of missing OMB control numbers is partially explained
in these 2 PAST DUE FOIA Requests, both of which are also IN DEFAULT:
Any person may request OMB to review any collection of information conducted by or for any agency to determine if, under this Act and this part, a person shall maintain, provide, or disclose the information to or for the agency. Unless the request is frivolous, OMB shall, in coordination with the agency responsible for the collection of information:
Appeal from the United States District Court for the District of Columbia
Docket Number 1:10-cv-01533 (RJL)
http://epic.org/privacy/nsa/foia/EPIC-v-NSA-Answer.pdf (cf. "RJL")
RJL = Richard J. Leon also lacks credentials
Also, Google's attorney, David Drummond, also lacks the
certificate of oath required to be indorsed (signed on the back)
upon his license to practice law in the State of California:
http://www.supremelaw.org/cc/google.inc/drummond.david/nad.certificate.htm (PAST DUE and IN DEFAULT)
All such UNlicensed California attorneys have been formally charged
here with multiple State and Federal felonies:
Pertinent California State statutes are explained here:
/s/ Paul Andrew Mitchell, B.A., M.S.
Private Attorney General, 18 U.S.C. 1964
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