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'It's Getting Worse...And More
Difficult For Journalists'

From Ann W, Key West, Florida
Date  June 24, 2010, 4:37 PM
Global Rumblings Correspondent:
"Dee, this is forwarded from <CENSORED>, one of our award-winning local radio newscasters, and a friend of mine. Please do not put his name on the blog, but you can use the info he's passing along."
Dee wrote:
I snipped out his name and marked it 'censored'!  What a frightening shame that an award-winning radio journalist/newscaster is afraid to let his name be associated with this dire news.  Can't say I blame him!
It's getting worse, Ann. Access to this story is becoming more and more difficult for journalists. The FAA is denying news photographers access to fly over the spill beacuse that would supposedly interfere with response efforts on the surface. How? I have no idea. News reporters & videographers trying to get video of clean-up efforts are being ordered off PUBLIC beaches under threat of ARREST!
Read below and you'll see the government's latest effort to shut everyone out. The FCC wants to PRIVATIZE access to satellite data on the spill. These are the same sats NOAA uses for overflight analysis of gulf waters paid for by YOU, ME and every other American taxpayer. These are OUR sats collecting OUR data. If it switches to a privately controlled system, they can suppress all the information.
Why wouldn't they want us to see the satellite images? Because I suspect the spill is much, much worse than the government & BP are telling us. Read below...
ROFFS Needs You To Comment To The FCC
June 22nd, 2010 heifetz No comments
Please pass this on to colleagues and act. See details below, but basically the Federal Communications Commission is considering changing the available bandwidth that is now used by satellite receiving stations to receive satellite data directly from the satellites to a private controlled system. We and many others do not support this change. We prefer to receive the satellite data directly from the satellites. I am asking you to send your comments by June 28th. 
You can file your comments electronically to http://fjallfoss.fcc.gov/ecfs2/ which leads you tohttp://fjallfoss.fcc.gov/ecfs/upload/display?z=k5ye4
We want you to comment that "you would like to see no changes in the present situation. The use of these frequencies are in the critical interests of the United States for receiving satellite data for research and operations within the academic, private and government sectors. It is critical that the everyone has equal access to the satellite data directly from the satellite."
Feel free to read the background below and also send a letter (quickly please the comments are due June 28th)
Mitchell Roffer, Ph.D., President
Roffer's Ocean Fishing Forecasting Service, Inc.
60 Westover Drive
West Melbourne, Florida 32904-5126

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