Sunday, October 09, 2011
by Mike Adams, the Health Ranger
Editor of NaturalNews.com
(NaturalNews) Examples of government-sponsored terrorism against innocent Americans continue to pour in to NaturalNews, and no case better demonstrates it than the Rawesome Foods raid and the ongoing persecution of its organizers. In court proceedings last Thursday, LA County prosecutor Kelly Sakir turned over 1,097 pages of "discovery" documents to the defendants' attorneys, revealing an utterly astonishing campaign of spying, surveillance, and entrapment that has targeted Rawesome Foods for at least the last two years.
NaturalNews has learned that at least three undercover operatives were hired by the LA County prosecutor's office to infiltrate Rawesome Foods and sign up as members while covertly filming their actions using hidden cameras in their purses. These cameras almost certainly captured video footage of other members at Rawesome Foods, meaning the government itself stands in violation of wiretapping laws that it often uses against innocent civilians who try to videotape traffic stops by local police.
NaturalNews has also learned that there are 42 discs of additional evidence which has been gathered by the LA County prosecutor -- including interviews with the operatives, covert camera footage, documents and even video footage from a surveillance pole camera that LA County set up across the street to spy on Rawesome Foods.
Mass murderers? No, just people distributing unpasteurized milk
The depth of this evidence reveals that LA County has spent millions of dollars conducting the most aggressive, vindictive and downright abusive surveillance campaign against a food distribution club that has ever been recorded in human history.
The level of resources that has been directed against Rawesome vastly exceeds the resources typically used against murderers, rapists or organized crime mob bosses. Under the excuse of protecting the public from "fresh milk," LA County has spent millions of dollars and countless thousands of hours conducting the kind of surveillance that would sensibly only be reserved for hard-core violent criminals such as serial killers.
"You have to wonder how many people died from murders in LA County while these prosecutors were busy running surveillance on the distribution of fresh milk," Robert Scott Bell said. He's the host of the Robert Scott Bell Show and will be covering this issue on Monday's broadcast (www.NaturalNewsRadio.com). "Couldn't these law enforcement resources have been put to a better use protecting society from real criminals?"
"It all harkens back to Thomas Payne, with Common Sense," added attorney Ajna Sharma, who represents James Stewart. "We have lost our common sense; we've lost the true meaning of what it means to be an American and what freedom means."
Kelly Sakir and the new "green" government tyrants
This government tyranny against Rawesome Foods has been spearheaded by LA County prosecutor Kelly Sakir, who NaturalNews can now reveal is a rabid environmentalist who gave donations to MoveOn.org and an environmental PAC (political action committee) in 2004. (http://www.newsmeat.com/fec/bystate_detail.php?zip=90012&last=Sakir&first=Kelly)
Sakir is part of a new breed of what some people are calling "government terrorists" who cannot discern right from wrong and merely use their positions of authority to carry out what are essentially terrorism campaigns against those they hate. In reality, the viciousness of this attempted prosecution of James Steward, Sharon Palmer and Victoria Bloch can only be rightly characterized as a "hate crime" being carried out by the government itself, all under a special "environmental crimes" unit that claims to be protecting the public.
In reality, however, these so-called "crimes" are all utterly fabricated -- just like the "war on terror" -- and those targeted for persecution by the state or federal government are usually just innocent Americans who are trying to run an honest business, or distribute honest food, or contribute to society in a meaningful way. FULL STORY