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5 Year DOJ Stonewall: Must one seek political asylum to achieve justice? PLEASE SHARE!

To All Members of the facebook cause 'Stop Federal Suppression of Airline Employee Whistleblowers':

Question #1: Is five years a long time to wait for our U.S. Department of Justice to respond to my Sarbanes-Oxley and FAA/DHS whistleblower allegations that include purported violations of the Racketeering Influened Corrupt Organizations (RICO) Act?

Answer: Yes

Question #2: At what point in time, given that the Departments of Justice and Homeland Security have made threatening overtures, does one seek political asylum in a foreign country?

Answer: Now!

I am actively seeking political asylum in foreign countries and have petitioned Amnesty International to help me out. You can assist me by copy/pasting the link below on your facebook wall and asking your friends to 'SHARE' the link! I am in "trouble", but have done nothing wrong:

http://airline-whistleblower.blogspot.com/2011/05/5-year-doj-stonewall-must-one-seek.html

Thanks so much!

Captain Dan Hanley
International Public Spokesperson
Whistleblowing Airline Employees Association International

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