Quote Originally Posted by wyodjm View Post
I'm more interested in government accountability. Contrary to what progressive liberals may think, government officials work for the American public.
I agree with that 100% but I am not sure that they are going about this in a meaningful way.

Since Fred Seaman has a staring role in their video there was a fairly clear that there was an abuse of power why is HE not a plaintiff in this litigation
rather than people who are just paranoid about having armed agents invading their houses? Isn't it easier to make the case that power WAS abused
than that it MIGHT be abused?

Why is he noticeably absent?