- Slats Grobnik has been held incommunicado for 33 days
in an underground Denver gulag, joining hundreds of other political prisoners
including Elsebeth Baumgartner, Susan Lindauer and Carol Fisher.
- And the one thing they all have in common is that they
tried to speak out against the neo con party line, a party line trying
to destroy America every hour of every minute of every day.
- While the Fisher, Baumgartner and Lindauer stories have
been well-documented in the Arctic Beacon archives, Slats has been overlooked
since he has been lying face down on a concrete floor in a god forsaken
Homeland Security hell hole detention center, held without right to counsel,
clergy or even a phone call.
- If you recall, Slats was hauled out of a Chicago tavern
after being drugged by a CIA agent when he started calling President Bush
a devil worshipping SOB who once was caught naked in a coffin during a
Yale Skull and Bones ceremony.
- Although no laws were broken, under the U.S. Patriot
Act, authorities were able to haul Slats away, claiming he was aiding and
abetting terrorism by denigrating the good name of the President of the
- And for 33 days, Slats has had little to say about the
illegality of his incarceration since according to authorities he no longer
has any rights whatsoever. Slats has become a prisoner of the state, a
threat to the New World Order and a nuisance to the power elite.
- Further, one of the guards in the gulag was overheard
saying, "He's being used as an example for every other beer drinking
American who thinks he can get away with talking against our good President
known as The Great Decider."
- In a fascist society, thought and speech crimes are punished
without showing mercy since the greatest enemy to a country like America
has now become are people who try to undermine authority by using their
free will and free speech.
- Slats has fallen into this unfortunate category just
for calling Bush a devil worshipper. Others like him have met the same
fate, being jailed illegally for such criminal acts as speaking out a city
council meeting, talking against the war in Iraq and putting up anti-Bush
posters on a city street.
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