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NET CENSORSHIP!

by W.W.W. Thursday, Mar. 29, 2001 at 3:56 AM

GOVT.GAG.They lost the clipper and PGP DONT THEY WANT THE NET TO BE FREE?

www update on kangaroo court proceedings
THE COURT, being advised by the Government of the defendant's
stated intention of publishing discovery materials in this case
on the Internet, which discovery materials include voluminous
private information and personal addresses of various
individuals, HEREBY ORDERS that no materials disclosed by the
government as part of its discovery obligation shall be shared
by defense counsel with the defendant until further notice of
the court.

DATED this 11th day of January, 2001.
This relates to april 2 tacoma trial of james dalton bell.The synthesyser of "assasination politics"Respected Wired journalist declan mc culogh is subpoened to testify.
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Further

by www Thursday, Mar. 29, 2001 at 4:00 AM

Comes now the Defendant, James Dalton Bell, who declares that
he is effectively and unwillingly unrepresented, and that
his 6th Amendment Right to Counsel has been repeatedly and
intentionally violated since on or about December 1, 2000.
Defendant Bell has repeatedly sent letters to the court asking
for substitute counsel, and two separate motions by attorney
Robert Leen have been essentially ignored since mid-
December, 2000.

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More ...

by www Friday, Mar. 30, 2001 at 3:22 PM

This tail of text at CRYPTOME (I google)
15. Defendant Bell would like to remind those who read


this motion that he has written every single word of it,


and believes that it will go far to show that, despite his


very arguable lack of tact, that he is quite capable of


assisting in his defense and is even more capable of


identifying sham proceedings.

16. Whereupon Defendant Bell motions the court for


the following sanctions to be imposed on the corresponding


officers of the court:

Attorney Leen: $5,000 per day subsequent to December 1, 2000,


and continuing until his removal by appropriate authority;


payable to Defendant Bell.

Prosecutor Rob London: $10,000 per day subsequent to


approximately December 1, 2000, and continuing until his


removal by appropriate authority; payable to Defendant Bell.

The Court, Judge Tanner: $5,000 per day subsequent to December


11,) 2000, and continuing until his recusal; payable to


Defendant Bell.

17. Defendant Bell motions the Court for immediate


removal of attorney Leen and prosecutor London by appropriate


proceedings.

18. Defendant Bell motions the Court, Judge Jack


Tanner, for his immediate recusal from this case.

Signed [Signature] 02/06/2001
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Further

by WWW Saturday, Mar. 31, 2001 at 8:14 AM

14. On January 31, 2001, attorney Leen came for a so-


far "final" visit to Defendant Bell, where Leen made a


startling revelation: He said that he has been threatened


by "many" government people. Defendant asked him if he'd


reported these threats to any authorities and said "no." Def't


told him to report them, but he refused. Had Defendant not


"fired" Leen in early December, he would certainly have had


no-choice but to do so at this moment.

15. Defendant Bell believes that his Constitutional


Rights have been repeatedly and intentionally violated by


the both the individual and coordinated actions of attorney


Leen, apparently acting on behalf of and with prosecutor


Rob London, as well as with the knowledge and assistance of


the Court, Judge Tanner. The lock-step coordination of each


of these actors, particularly in the denial of effective


representation; the denial of discovery materials; the


blatant attempt at forcing Defendant Bell to sign the


Speedy Trial waiver; the emergency examination that the


failure of this extortion made necessary; and the failure of


the Court to rule on essential motions such as Change of


Venue and Representation; All of these make it impossible


to separate the responsibility and distinguish the misbehavior


of these players.

15. Defendant Bell would like to remind those who read


this motion that he has written every single word of it,


and believes that it will go far to show that, despite his


very arguable lack of tact, that he is quite capable of


assisting in his defense and is even more capable of


identifying sham proceedings.

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Declan fights subpoena

by WWW Saturday, Mar. 31, 2001 at 8:22 AM

By this motion, non-party witness Declan McCullagh ("McCullagh"), a reporter for Wired News, an online news magazine published by Lycos, Inc., seeks to quash the trial subpoena served on him by the Office of the United States Attorney. That subpoena requires him to testify for the government at the trial of James Dalton Bell and produce copies of two articles written by McCullagh and published by Wired News ("the Articles"):

"Crypto-Convict Won’t Recant," published April 14, 2000; and
"IRS Raids Cypherpunk’s House," published November
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