WARNING-WARNING-WARNING-WARNING-WARNING-WARNING-WARNING The mouse cried because of the snake,and the snake came to see the mouse,horror,chills,thrills,not for the faint of heart or those with headaches,upset stomach,uncut fingernails,room unclean, etc..., THEY'RE BACK AND THEY ARE REALLY MEAN VILE CREATURES OF TERROR.

Sunday, November 25, 2007

A federal judge Monday ordered the White House to preserve copies of all its e-mails, a move that Bush administration lawyers had argued strongly against. U.S. District Judge Henry Kennedy directed the Executive Office of the President to safeguard the material in response to two lawsuits that seek to determine whether the White House has destroyed e-mails in violation of federal law. The White House is seeking dismissal of the lawsuits brought by two private groups — Citizens for Responsibility and Ethics in Government and the National Security Archive. The organizations allege the disappearance of 5 million White House e-mails. The court order issued by Kennedy, an appointee of President Clinton, is directed at maintaining backup tapes which contain copies of White House e-mails. The Federal Records Act details strict standards prohibiting the destruction of government documents including electronic messages, unless first approved by the archivist of the United States. Justice Department lawyers had urged the courts to accept a proposed White House declaration promising to preserve all backup tapes. "The judge decided that wasn't enough," said Anne Weismann, an attorney for CREW, which has gone to court over secrecy issues involving the Bush administration and has pursued ethical issues involving Republicans on Capitol Hill. The judge's order "should stop any future destruction of e-mails, but the White House stopped archiving its e-mail in 2003 and we don't know if some backup tapes for those e-mails were already taped over before we went to court. It's a mystery," said Meredith Fuchs, a lawyer for the National Security Archive. CREW and the National Security Archive are seeking to force the White House to immediately explain in court what happened to its e-mail, an issue that first surfaced nearly two years ago in the leak probe of administration officials who disclosed Valerie Plame's CIA identity to reporters. Special counsel Patrick Fitzgerald revealed early in 2006 that relevant e-mails could be missing because of an archiving problem at the White House. The White House has provided little public information about the matter, saying that some e-mails may not have been automatically archived on a computer server for the Executive Office of the President and that the e-mails may have been preserved on backup tapes. The White House has said that its Office of Administration is looking into whether there are e-mails that were not automatically archived and that if there is a problem, the necessary steps will be taken to address it.

Saturday, November 3, 2007


.Dustin A. Draper or DAD as he prefers to be called, being upset over the annihilation of the "snakes" on the planes and outhouses thought to make a statement to local authorities because of the insensitive "murders" of thousands of snakes inparticuilarly, in the states of Kentucky,Tennessee,Alabama,Georgia, and the Carolinas. "It was cruel and barbaric not to introduce these harmless snakes back into their own environment, instead, they, the government contract with the mercinaries of Blackwater to track down and kill all these helpless snakes and their offspring. I am so thankful that finally, Congress is investigating these atrocious and sensless killings of innocents," Stated a tearful, saddened, DAD as he was cuffed and placed in police custody. "I only hope that the police do not kill these also, there is an old addage that people should remember when approached by any snake, whether poisonious or not - Don't bother them and they will not bother you."The full report brought to you by the Mouse Cried a Page One production in it's entirety is listed below - truth without borders as only the MC can.
Snakes on a bus! Police arrest man Man gets package at post office full of baby rattlesnakes, boards city bus updated 5:07 p.m. ET, Fri., Nov. 2, 2007 MUNCIE, Ind. - This time, the snakes weren’t on a plane — they were on a bus. Now, a 21-year-old man who police say picked up a package of venomous baby timber rattlesnakes at the post office and took it home on a city bus is facing charges. Dustin A. Draper of Muncie faces preliminary charges of possession of an endangered species and transportation of a dangerous reptile without a permit. He was in jail Friday on $3,500 bond. It was not known if he had obtained an attorney. Postal inspectors told the Indiana Department of Natural Resources and county police about the shipment of rattlesnakes. Officials were waiting for Draper when he got off the bus near his apartment Thursday. "He wants to be cool and have venomous snakes," said Sgt. Ed Rucker, a DNR conservation officer. Anyone who handles dangerous or wild animals in Indiana must have a state permit, and possessing endangered species like timber rattlesnakes is illegal, Rucker said. The DNR said Draper is a known buyer and broker of venomous snakes. He was arrested last November on charges that he tried to sell an undercover conservation officer an eastern diamondback rattlesnake. He was given a suspended 60-day jail term and fined $360 in Muncie City Court. Draper also faces similar charges from August for possession of an adult cobra. Draper has been advised to get a state wild animal permit, according to court records, although he never applied for one.