Pubdate: Mon, 21 Dec 2015
Source: Trentonian, The (NJ)
Copyright: 2015 The Trentonian
Author: Edward Forchion,


Incrementalism - at its best, devilish at its worst: I don't want to 
sound like a conspiracy theorist, but I think people should 
understand what the state is doing: mass collection of DNA material.

Of course it's being touted by the state as a totally good thing.

The state and the DNA collecting corporations loudly point out that 
old criminal cases were solved using DNA, which is great. What they 
neglect to explain is how millions will have their genetic code for 
destruction collected also by the state.

It's a fact that with DNA technology: weapons, sterilization and 
mutations could be developed by a rogue state or a TrumpLike fascist 
future Government. These DNA weapons could be used for individuals or 
whole races.

This is Deja vu to me - see 2004 video 
( for US Congress - 2004

Earlier this month The Assembly Law and Public Safety Committee 
approved a bill to expand the state's DNA database to gather samples 
from people convicted of low-level offenses.

The bill passed by a vote of 6-1, with one abstention. What the bill 
really does is collect evidence for future crimes.

Like that 2002 movie starring Tom Cruise 
Report" we scoffed, it was too Orwellian to believe. People said, 
"You can't prosecute someone for a crime in the future?"

While mass DNA collection is lauded by law enforcement as simply an 
identification method, yet failing to mention that normally when 
investigating a crime they would have to request a warrant to collect 
DNA. Identification is a sham argument in my opinion.

The ACLU-NJ director Ari Rosmarin told the Assembly ... "that New 
Jersey has gone too far in attempting to expand its DNA database.

Law enforcement already has an abundant source of information and 
giving this genetic information to the state is very invasive, 
revealing much more than a fingerprint would."

This new law allows police to collect DNA samples - (not just 
fingerprints)- from anyone convicted of even a minor offense.

So, imagine your dog got lose and you were charged with a 4th degree 
crime of letting your dog wander uncontrolled. You would now have to 
surrender your DNA to the state.

People took my previous 2002 DNA fight as frivolous, some bone-headed 
stoner logic gone judicial when I fought the State in court over its 
previous DNA law expansion.

Originally the 1994 DNA laws were created for tracking sex offenders 
only, then in 2002 it was expanded to all persons convicted of a 
serious crime which I fought, now it's being expanded to collect for 
minor crimes and at some point (I predict) it will be expanded to be 
collected at birth for all - except the privileged class of course.

On Dec 1st, 2000 I was convicted of a marijuana offense and there was 
no DNA surrender requirement for non-sex offenders at that time. Then 
while still on "parole" (September 22, 2002) the state expanded the 
DNA law and I received a letter from the State Attorney General's 
Office demanding my DNA after the new Databank Act, N.J.S.A. 
53:120.17 (amended at PL 2003, c. 183) was signed into law by then 
Governor, Jim McGreevey. I refused to comply and wrote a letter to 
then NJ Attorney General Peter Harvey explaining why I was refusing 
to willingly provide my DNA and titled the letter "KISS MY A&& and 
retrieve my DNA from your lips". In it I stated: The Gov. and the 
stooges in the legislature may not care about the Constitution, but I 
do. I'm willing to suffer the consequences for standing up in 
protection of the Constitution in the face of these fascist 
politicians who regularly ignore the protections of the Constitution 
and the principals of freedom this country stand on in enacting new laws.

Within a few days I was "indicted for criminal contempt" in New 
Jersey state court.

I responded by immediately filing a Pro Se "Writ of Habeas Corpus" 
petition before the Federal district court of New Jersey (Camden dist 
- - Judge Irenas). This new, New Jersey Law L. 2003, c. 183 Petitioner 
argues is an "unconstitutional" violation of Article 1 Section 9 and 
should not be imposed on Petitioner or any similarly situated citizen.

My main argument was it was an ex post facto law(Latin for "from 
after the action" or "after the facts") is a law that retroactively 
changes the legal consequences (or status) of actions that were 
committed, or relationships that existed, before the enactment of the 
law. In criminal law, it may criminalize actions that were legal when 
committed; it may aggravate a crime by bringing it into a more severe 
category than it was in when it was committed. Another of my 
arguments was the State of New Jersey or some future rogue Government 
could use this data bank of DNA to make genetic weapons to destroy 
certain members of the population.

Some of you, if you've read this much of this column are probably 
giggling about my DNA thoughts, thinking I've smoked way too much. In 
reality I'm Weedstrodamus. I won my DNA case in 2004, The ACLU-NJ 
didn't giggle they filed an amicus brief on my behalf and famed legal 
director Edward Barcocas actually orally argued on my behalf.

To correct the state's constitutional problem the New Jersey Appeals 
Court wrote a slimy ruling that I and only I didn't have to surrender 
my DNA. So I was personally happy I wasn't DNA coded. I say it was 
slimy because it should have covered thousands of New Jersey citizens 
in similar situations but the powers that be just wanted to remove me 
"FROM STANDING" in the Federal Court. It's a very profitable endeavor 
to collect the DNA for an entire state.

They were successful, once the NJ Appeals Court ruled I didn't have 
to give my DNA to the state, the NJ Attorney General's office also 
went to Federal court before Judge Irenas and motioned for a 
dismissal of my "Writ of Habeas Corpus injunction" because I no 
longer had standing in the arguments presented before the court.

He granted it and the cash contracts resumed.

It's a fact now that experts in genetics and microbiology say there 
have been great strides in the development of advanced, genetic 
bio-weapons able to target a single human being based on their DNA. 
Recently, the US secret service began collecting discarded bed 
sheets, combs, brushes, silverware etc., etc. from the President, to 
keep GENETIC TERRORIST from obtaining the blue print on destruction 
of our president via DNA weapon.

The scenario they disclosed is of the development of DNA 
coded/generated virus's that cause only mild flu symptoms in the 
general population but when the virus crosses paths with cells 
containing a very specific engineered DNA sequence, the sequence acts 
as a molecular key that triggers a fast-acting neuro-destructive 
disease that produces memory loss and, eventually, death in its 
targeted individual. The easy part is making it cover a wide range of 
DNA factors, like hair type, skin color, melanoma content or other 
similarly racially selective methods. Like I said, there is no need 
to march people into ovens - they now have DNA data banks to develop 
weapons to annihilate entire races. Hitler would have loved this new 
DNA technology. Ironically, some nations now could employ this as a 
sterilization method for their (occupied) indigenous peoples.

It's no secret that blacks in the US are disproportionately 
incarcerated by racist, laws, and enforcement tactic's. Thus we are 
also disproportionately being "genetically coded" using the very same 
DNA data banks established by state legislatures.... Ok, lets go get 
a vaccine - hmmmm, Pass the Joint.
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MAP posted-by: Jay Bergstrom