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Retired FBI Agent Wants You to Consider
Two Constitutional Amendments

By J. Gary DiLaura

JUNE 9, 2015

Based on the challenges facing our country today both from terrorists masquerading as religious groups - usually under the banner of some type of Muslim creed  - and the astounding ignorance of many of the members of congress, I am proposing two constitutional amendments for you, the reader, to consider.

Because Law enforcement Agencies cannot investigate groups claiming to be a religion we need to redefine religion.

It is a fact - and I know it first hand as a retired agent that these are hardened and desperate criminals.

For example, the first twin towers bombing in 1993 is a typical example.

FBI New York alerted FBI headquarters in Washington DC and the Department of Justice about the activities of the violence spewing, Omar Abdel Rahman, blind cleric in Brooklyn, but their investigation was stopped cold by the then Attorney General of the United States,  Janet Reno!

And just prior to 9-11-2001, FBI Minneapolis agent Harry Samit had the computer in hand belonging to Zacarias Moussaowi, the 20th terrorist, with all the 9/11 flight plans and pleaded with FBI HQ supervisors to authorize a search warrant but was denied!

I know two of the HQ supervisors involved in the decision (based upon what they believed were DOJ regulations) and trust me they were morons and both were in the Buffalo FBI office at one point. The most frustrating aspect of the job was to trace a hotbed of criminality to a group of terrorists only to get the red light on the investigations because this band of criminals called itself a religious group.

 Groups that preached and practiced violence and trained with military weapons and tactics on US soil at tax exempt encampments were officially religions and they could not be lawfully investigated.


We must stop this insanity!
So therefore I am again proposing my constitutional amendment to address this issue - before these issues address us and our safety again!

Here it is the 28th amendment:

1. No group, of two or more people, that preaches or practices violence of any type, where that violence is in direct conflict with the Constitution or the laws of the United States or the laws of the States, may be considered a religion, as set forth in the First Amendment to the Constitution of the United States.

2. No such group shall be afforded any of the protections, either criminal or civil, afforded to religions by the Constitution or the laws of the United States or laws of any State, and is by this amendment, defined as a Criminal Organization, and may be investigated and prosecuted to the fullest extent of the law, by law enforcement agencies of the United States and the States in accordance with the laws of the United States and the laws of the States.

 3. No investigation of any group, as defined in 1 above, by any sworn and duly appointed law enforcement agency may be thwarted, infringed, or hindered by anyone or any agency or any judicial jurisdiction under the claim of religion, religious group or faith.

4.  Gunfire, explosions, military training, the practice of assault techniques by any group of 2 or more people who claim to be a religion, are all probable cause to believe that the group is not a religion.

 When a proposed 3,000 page bill came before the House of Representatives, former Speaker of the House Nancy Pelosi urged her goose stepping colleagues, “Just sign it so we can see what’s in it.” 

This and many similar examples that can be found has given rise to my Proposed 29th Amendment

 Here’s the 29th amendment

1. Congress shall pass no law, the Bill for which is in excess of 500 pages in total length including all references and footnotes which must be spelled out in full text.  No references or footnotes not included in full text may be included as part of any Bill in either House.
  2. No member of the House of Representatives or member of the Senate may vote on any Bill without first swearing or affirming under oath and in writing that he or she has read the entire text of the particular Bill.

 I would have liked to have added a No. 3 to the 29th amendment which is that each and every member of both houses also are required to swear an oath that they understood the bill that they read and even answer a short multiple choice test.  If they failed they could not vote on the bill.

 After due consideration it seems unrealistic to require this since so few would pass the test that it would be impossible to get a quorum.

On the other hand "within the last 10 years", as one political outsider observed a few years back, "we had a quarter of a million laws passed. How many of these ever gave you a right? Not one. They all dilute your rights."





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