Here’s A Look At an Active Freedom of Information Act Lawsuit Against The US Government In Live Time

Sometimes I wonder why the US Government is so afraid of me? I mean, I applied for Clandestine work with the CIA, openly worked with the CIA on different occasions for various DarkNet operations, sent maybe 5 dozen+ reports to the FBI, worked with countless intelligence contractors and pieces off my old website were read to the US Senate Intelligence Committee. I just don’t get it, how did I become the bad guy all of a sudden?

I mean, is it the fact that I was trained/paid by German intelligence? They are “allies” – right? Is it the fact that I left the country, defected my citizen ship and became a political refugee in the Bahamas? Is it that I’ve been inside the Russian consulate and Visa centers three different times, each – the first time as a political refugee? Is it the fact that I uncovered a Russian staff member secretly working for the US while in there, and then sold them out to the FSB to show my worth? Is it the fact I’ve been in the French consulate twice and embassy once? Is it the fact that I can become a Russian citizen any day I want? Is it the fact that I’ve published about 100 leaks globally in the last 9 months alone? I mean, all of that is totally normal – right? Who hasn’t done that? 🤔

All humor aside for a moment, it literally can’t be any of those things. Well, at least the defecting, refugee stuff and political asylum parts that is – because I did all of that “ex post facto.” Unfortunately, the sad reality of my situation is that the US Government is quite literally spending millions observing me and sabotaging everything I do, chasing me from country to country, state to state, instead of just paying me thousands to work for them in the first place! Makes complete sense – right? I guess that would just be too simple a solution for them. But what do I know?

Well, after more than a year and a half now, with no end in site, I decided to begin the process of filling a Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) lawsuit against the US National Security Agency (NSA) earlier this year. Of course, this began with a simple FOIA request which was expectedly denied – see below – and is currently in the appeals process. Once that appeal gets denied a second time, as I’m certain it will, I will then file a FOIA lawsuit to one up the request and put some more heat on them. Please note that I’ve redacted some of my own personal statements to the NSA in the copies of their response provided below.

NSA FOIA Denial Page 1:

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Any of this sounding familiar to you? Sort of sounds like Tom Cruise’s “Rogue Nation Mission Impossible” spin-off perhaps? 😂 I swear, you really can’t make this stuff up!

Once again however, all humor aside, this is actually a very serious matter. I bring all of that up because you have to read between the lines here. If the technology or program didn’t exist in the first place, they would’ve just flat out denied everything outright and probably try and ship me to a psych ward for 32 days – oh wait! The fact that they can neither “confirm nor deny” the existence of the program/technology and can not “confirm nor deny” any of the people(s) targeted by it is actually a defacto admission that the program does exist – which I already know. They just use classification guidelines to hide their violations of article’s 4 and 8 of the US Constitution from the public’s eye. I know, such Patriots – right? 😏

Quite frankly, I don’t care if it all fails. I just want to share intelligence with the world/US, and show people the truth about things they may not have ever been aware of or heard of before – funded by their own tax dollars. After-all, even I know there is a reason the Government is doing this to me, my mind is a weapon and I pledge my allegiance to no one! This country was just to stupid to hire me.

🎆Merry 4th of July America! Damn Those British Sons of Bitches!!🎆


Brian Dunn To Sue United States Federal Reserve

While I did not get a chance to do it today, I fully intend on filing a lawsuit against the United States Federal Reserve for illegal lending practices in violation of US law. While the documents provided below are self explanatory and demonstrate my clear path to victory in this matter, you should know why I’m doing this in the first place. Truth be told, it’s because I know full well that the United States Government is on the verge of total and complete economic collapse. Both the people of this country and our legislators have nothing left, all we have is debt – because the wealth of this nation has been stolen from us by international bankers, crippling future generations with unplayable debt.

Perhaps most importantly, never make the mistake of forgetting that even though its technically called the United States Federal Reserve, the Central Bank itself consists of international bankers – whom have no loyalty to this country or its people. I refuse to let this country be destroyed by foreign banking cartels, and fully intend on exposing their corrupt lending practices for the world to see. Andrew Jackson destroyed the first Central Bank, it can and will happen again!

Permit me to issue and control the money of a nation, and I care not who makes its laws!” – Mayer Amschel Rothschild –

If the American people ever allow private banks to control the issue of their currency, first by inflation, then by deflation, the banks and corporations that will grow up around them will deprive the people of all property until their children wake up homeless on the continent their Fathers conquered…. I believe that banking institutions are more dangerous to our liberties than standing armies…. The issuing power should be taken from the banks and restored to the people, to whom it properly belongs.” – Thomas Jefferson –

Download Complaint Here:

Browse 2 Page Complaint:

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Pepe The Unredacted Frog Releases FBI Files of ‘The Dancing Israeli’s’ Won via Freedom of Information Act Request

So, here’s an interesting story that doesn’t appear to be getting much press anywhere – except by news outlets which have been banned off Facebook and Google 🤔. Regardless, it revolves around a new Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) request submitted to the FBI seeking information related to five individuals referred to as “The Dancing Israeli’s,” whom were detained by the FBI shortly after the 9/11 Terror attacks of September 11th 2001.

According to a previously redacted report released by the FBI in 2002, these 5 individuals arrived in a parking lot and began filming the Twin Towers up to 40 minutes prior to the first plane strike – indicating that the group had prior knowledge the attacks were immanent. As the rest of the footage shows, the group then proceeded to document the full attack from the parking garage – going as far as to begin dancing and celebrating wildly as the towers burned and collapsed in the background. While the group has since been forgotten, a later investigation revealed that at least two of the five men were active members of Mossad, Israeli Intelligence, whom were undercover on assignment in the US at the time. Moreover, one of the five men, Oded Ellner, also went on to directly state that they were only there in the first place to “document the event” – the terror attack itself.

View Redacted FBI Report – The Dancing Israeli’s 9/11/2001:

As it is now clear to see, Israeli intelligence was indeed aware of the 9/11 terror attack well before it occurred, begging the question why more wasn’t done to prevent it in the first place? While we may never know the answer to that question, a US citizen referring to themselves simply as “Pepe The Unredacted Frog” has just posted documents won via a recent FOIA request made with the FBI in regards to these five individuals – the dancing Israeli’s. Interestingly enough, despite the US Department of Justice previously claiming that pictures of the 5 individuals were destroyed as of 2014, the FBI released a series of redacted photos of the individuals in 2019 – fully redacting their facial expressions, presumably because some of them are/were active secret foreign agents.

The documents were released to the public for the first time on May 12th 2019, which you can access via their Twitter handle or download link below. Rogue Media Labs has also made the documents browse-able via the pdf embed also featured below.

Download 5 Israeli’s FBI FOIA Release:

The release is fairly interesting on many levels, chief of which is the fact that US allies were well aware of the terror attacks we before they happened – and that Israeli agents publicly celebrated the incidents. If you would like to learn more about the history surrounding these events or these people, you are invited to read an excellent report by Whitney Webb of Mintpress News featured below.

Browse Full 17 Page Dancing Israeli’s FOIA Release:

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Somalian Refugees File Lawsuit Against Immigration & Customs Enforcement (ICE) Citing 1st Amendment Violations

Along with the help of Americans for Immigrant Justice and Muslim Advocates, two national civil rights organizations fighting for equality, a group of 20 Somalian refugees are suing the State of Florida and national Department of Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) for what they deem to be violations of the 1st Amendment of the Constitution while being detained by Donald Trumps Government over the course of the last 15 months. Officially filed in a Florida District Court room yesterday, February 27th 2019, the 32 page lawsuit alleges that, ever since being detained more than one year ago today, ICE officials have prevented the Somalian detainees from freely being able to “practice their faith in various ways” – acts which constitute a clear violation of the Constitution.

According to a joint statement from both the groups representing the Somalian immigrants, the lawsuit hopes to “ensure that, going forward, Glades County, Florida is going to treat Muslim detainees and detainees of all faiths respectfully.” Adding that “It’s important to us that ICE take the protection of immigration detainees seriously and that it actually enforce its detention standards.” According to a separate report from The Intercept yesterday, “the lawsuit is just the latest development in a nearly 15-month-old saga for a group of Somalis whom ICE tried, and failed, to deport in December 2017.” Explaining how “their deportation flight to Somalia was interrupted by a technical problem with the airplane; after spending more than 24 hours in shackles on a runway in Dakar, Senegal, they were brought back to the United States” – where they have continued to remain detained ever since.

Official Copy of Lawsuit:

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US Appeals Court Upholds Tamimi v Adelson, Lawsuit Will Go Foreward

For those of you unaware, a group of 18 Palestinians are suing billionaire investor, philanthropist and business owner Sheldon Adelson for his direct support/funding of Israeli construction projects in and around the disputed territories. Led by Bassem al-Tamimi, the plaintiffs are attempting to argue that Alderson’s support/funding of Israeli Government developmental projects have directly led to the displacement of Palestinian families – acts which constitute War Crimes given the fact that the actions of the Israeli Governments are in direct violation of the very treaties which founded the country in the first place; The United Nations Partition Plan of 1947. As such, in a class action law suit originally filed in March 2016, the plaintiffs are suing Adelson for $1 billion dollars in damages.

As was reported by Middle East Eye yesterday, February 19th 2019, the lawsuit aims to hold “pro-Israel defendants liable for alleged war crimes and support of Israeli settlements in the West Bank, East Jerusalem and the Gaza Strip, a Reuters report said.” Explaining how “the plaintiffs, including 18 Palestinians and Palestinian-Americans as well as a Palestinian town council, alleged a conspiracy among many defendants to expel non-Jews from the occupied territories, and accused the defendants of committing or aiding in genocide and other war crimes.

In 2017 the courts originally threw out the lawsuit on the grounds that US Courts cannot legally enforce or judge the legality of crimes allegedly being committed in Israel – a sovereign nation state. Today, Alderson (the defendant) is essentially attempting to make the same argument that the Russian Federation is currently attempting to make in their filings with the DNC election hacking case. This would be the argument that, considering any/all alleged “War Crimes” committed by Israel would have to have been carried out in conjunction with a “War effort” – id est by the Israeli Military. As such, any/all military actions are granted immunity under international doctrine. Essentially, any actions carried out by another nations military, including Israel or Russia or the United States matter, can not be subject to civil litigation in any international court. However, whether Israel or Russia succeeds in their arguments remains to be seen.

Learn More Russian Federation v Democratic National Committee:

According to a dissertation by Karen LeCraft Henderson, the Judge currently overseeing Tamimi’s appeal, whom overruled a 2017 ruling in regards to it yesterday, February 19th 2019, “a legal determination that Israeli settlers commit genocide in the disputed territory would not decide ownership of the disputed territory and thus would not directly contradict any foreign policy choice.” Going on to explain that, at least in her opinion, US Courts DO have the jurisdiction to rule whether or not the defendants conspired/colluded to expel Palestinian residents from the disputed territories, as well as whether or not those actions constituted War Crimes “without touching the sovereignty question, if it concluded that Israeli settlers are committing genocide.” You can find a copy of yesterdays ruling and her dissertation below.

Copy of Original Complaint Filed 03/2016:

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US Appeals Court Decision 02/2019:

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Columbia University Files FOIA Lawsuit Against US Government Over Jamal Khashoggi’s Murder

According to a press release from the Knight First Amendment Institute at Columbia University, researchers are filing a joint Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) Lawsuit against the the US Central Intelligence Agency, National Security Agency, Department of Justice, Office of The Director of National Intelligence (ODNI) and US Department of State. They are essentially seeking the immediate release of any and all records pertaining to Jamal Khasgoggi, in order to determine if the US intelligence community derelicted their duty to inform Khashoggi of the risks he faced entering into the Saudi consulate before his murder.

Columbia University is attempting to argue that the US intelligence community and/or different agencies affiliated with the US Government had a “duty to warn Khashoggi what he was up against, as well as any threats to his life, liberty or persons. According to their release, “U.S. intelligence agencies are obligated to inform potential victims of a kidnapping or murder if the agencies become aware of such a threat in the course of collecting or acquiring intelligence. Prior to Khashoggi’s murder U.S. intelligence reportedly intercepted communications in which Saudi agents discussed plans to kidnap him and forcibly return him to Saudi Arabia.

As fate would have it though, as the entire world is now aware, on October 2nd 2018, a team dispatched by the Saudi government assassinated Khashoggi at the Saudi consulate in Istanbul, Turkey. Moreover, according to the CIA’s own analysis, it is now believed that the assassins acted at the behalf of none other than Saudi Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman himself.

As Columbia University argues in the complaint provided below, “under Intelligence Community Directive 191, when an Intelligence agency aquires information indicating an impending threat of intentional killing, serious bodily injury, or kidnapping directed at a person, it must warn the intended victim or those responsible for protecting the intended victim as appropriate.” Therefore, “the US Government must explain what it knew of the threats to Khasgoggi before his killing, and what, if anything, it did to warn him of the threat.

The Knight Institute’s lawsuit was filed in the U.S. District Court for the District of Columbia on November 18th 2018, seeking the following records:

1.) All procedures or guidance for determining whether to warn, or for delivering a warning to, an intended victim or those responsible for protecting the intended victim, pursuant to Directive 191;5
2.) All records concerning the duty to warn under Directive 191 as it relates to Jamal Khashoggi, including any records relating to
duty to warn actions taken with respect to him.
3.) All records concerning any “issue aris[ing] among IC elements” regarding a determination to warn Jamal Khashoggi or waive the duty to warn requirement, or regarding the method for communicating threat information to him. See Directive 191, § G.1.

Full Complaint Filed in D.C:

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Russian Federation Files Motion Requesting DNC/Clinton Hacking Lawsuits Be Thrown Out of Court

I have got to admit, it is rather amusing piecing all of this information together as it is coming out. For example, you might remember two stories from last week. The first being an accidental leak of sexual assault charges to be filed against Julian Assange, and the second report outlining veiled charges to be filed against Julian Assange attached to the indictment of 12 Russian spies/hackers believed to be the sources behind Wikileaks release of Hillary Clinton and the DNC’s emails in the fall of 2016.

However, new research released by Catalin Cimpanu of ZDNet today shows that just days before the US Justice Department accidentally leaked future charges to be filed against Assange on November 15th, the Ministry of Justice of the Russian Federation filed a court document in New York City on November 9th requesting that all charges levied against those 12 Russian spies/hackers be dropped/thrown out of court.  In the 15-page letter, the Russian Federation argues that the US Foreign Sovereign Immunities Act (FSIA) grants Russia immunity in this matter.

As their letter states, “the FSIA provides that foreign sovereign States enjoy absolute jurisdictional immunity from suit unless a plaintiff can demonstrate that one of the FSIA’s enumerated ‘exceptions’ applies.” Moreover, “the DNC’s allegations regarding a purported ‘military attack’ by ‘Russia’s military intelligence agency’ do not fall within any of the FSIA’s enumerated exceptions to the Russian Federation’s sovereign immunity.” More specifically, Russia argued that a country’s military operations are immune from civil lawsuits like the one filed by the DNC, stating that “any alleged military attack is a quintessential sovereign act that does not fall within any exception to the FSIA or the customary international law of foreign sovereign immunity. The Russian Federation’s sovereign immunity with respect to claims based upon such allegations is absolute.

View/Download Full FSIA Act:

Russia also points out that, given US military operations all around the world, perhaps no other country on Earth has benefited from such international immunity over the decades. Stating that “the United States benefits significantly from the sovereign immunity that it enjoys (and U.S. officials enjoy) in foreign courts around the world with respect to the United States’ frequent acts of cyber intrusion and political interference. As current and former U.S. officials have acknowledged on many occasions, the United States–acting primarily through the National Security Agency (NSA) within the U.S. Department of Defense–is one of the most prolific practitioners of cyberattacks and cyber-intrusions on the planet.

As the Russian Ministry of Defense is quick to point out, the United States of America currently hosts over 900 active duty international military bases outside of US borders, whereas Russia only operates two. Moreover, the United States has dropped bombs on 7 different countries since 2001, compared to Russia’s 3. Additionally, no one should be ignorant enough to think that Russia is the only country spying on or launching cyber attacks against others, including their own allies. For example, you might remember Barack Obama was caught hacking/spying on Angela Merkel and other European allies in 2013, well before the Russian hacking fiasco in 2016? Therefore, if the United States and/or New York City was ever arrogant enough to bring this particular case forward against Russia, it would only serve to open up a “Pandora’s Box” of international lawsuits to be filed back against the United States under the same grounds -something that Russia argues is not in the US’s best interests.

The Russian Federation argues that such incidents outlined in the US’s indictment from this July are “State-to-State matters” and should therefore be resolved between governments, not in courts. “The DNC’s allegations do not permit the U.S. District Court to exercise jurisdiction in this case” argues the Russian Federation, demanding that the US throw out to case before it ever goes to trial.

Full Motion Filed by Russian Federation:

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