Parents Of Slain Navy SEAL Claim Tapping Sounds On Phone, Strange Texts After Son’s Death
2013 06 12

By Jack Blood | DeadLineLive

Navy Seals have been dying in record numbers ever since the ALLEGED Killing of Osama Bin Laden. This story seems to merge the latest NSA Spying scandal with that event. Was the Govt (and shadow govt) spying on this family to see if they may have been told anything about the OBL cover up? (BTW: This exact thing happen to Jack Blood during this website’s reporting of the Nick Berg Beheading in 2003)

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A Philadelphia couple has joined the first class-action lawsuit against the Obama administration over the National Security Agency’s collection of millions of customer phone records from Verizon.

The plaintiffs are calling the domestic spy operation a breach of privacy.

Filed in federal court in Washington, DC on Sunday, the lawsuit names a host of heavy hitters including President Obama, the NSA, and the Department of Justice.

“It’s a violation of our privacy rights, our freedom of association, our due process rights,” says attorney Larry Klayman, founder of Freedom Watch.

Klayman originally filed the lawsuit last week as the sole plaintiff. On Sunday, Charles and Mary Anne Strange — a Philadelphia couple whose son Michael, a US Navy Seal, was killed in a helicopter crash in Afghanistan in 2011 (see related story) — joined the suit as a class action.

“Somebody has to be held accountable for my son’s death. Thirty brave Americans, the biggest loss in the Afghan war. And that’s when I started asking questions, that’s when my phone got tapped,” Strange said.

Strange claims he heard tapping noises while on the phone and he says he started getting odd texts shortly after his son’s death.

“I called Verizon, ‘I have a text 001 and 002’ and I called them up and I said ‘who’s this?’ and they said it’s somebody listening in from the United States, and someone from Afghanistan,” Strange explained.

The plaintiffs say they have been highly critical of the current administration and are likely targets.

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