Category Archives: FBI

“…the FBI’s desire for software capable of monitoring social media sites like Facebook and Twitter…”

FBI, DHS, Pentagon, Fed using social media for spying, propaganda

James Corbett, who is the most respectable journalist I know of.  He’s going to speak at the anarchy conference that I’m apparently not going to attend.


Under Suspicious Circumstances, FBI Places Brother of No-Fly Litigant on Most Wanted Terrorist List By Glenn Greenwald

“After Kuwaiti officials concluded they had no cause to detain him, the teenager was told that he would be deported back to the U.S. as soon as his family presented a plane ticket. Once they did that, he was taken to the airport, only to be told by United Airlines that he was barred from boarding the plane because he had recently been placed by the U.S. Government (in secret, with no hearing or explanation) on the no-fly list.”


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He also says this:

If you’re submitting budget proposals for a law enforcement agency, for an intelligence agency, you’re not going to submit the proposal that ‘We won the war on terror and everything’s great,’ cuz the first thing that’s gonna happen is your budget’s gonna be cut in half. You know, it’s my opposite of Jesse Jackson’s ‘Keep Hope Alive’—it’s ‘Keep Fear Alive.’ Keep it alive.


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Justice Department’s IG report disputes Attkisson’s computer-intrusion allegations

Many of the allegations made by former CBS News reporter Sharyl Attkisson regarding alleged computer intrusions by the U.S. government are disputed in a report by the Justice Department’s inspector general. “The OIG’s investigation was not able to substantiate the allegations that Attkisson’s computers were subject to remote intrusion by the FBI, other government personnel, or otherwise,” reads the inspector general’s report.


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“In 2011, 1 in 25 Americans was arrested. In a few years, if the FBI has its way, the federal government will possess the DNA of all of those people and more. Under the radar of most lawmakers and journalists, the Bureau—with private industry and congress’ help—is pushing the most massive expansion of biometric state surveillance since the invention of the fingerprint.”


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FBI Sending Text Messages To Activists

“I need to speak with you,” the December message said. “Please give me a call. I am an FBI agent.”

“We honestly don’t know what they’re up to, or why, and that concerns us,” Hildes said. “Nobody associated with any of the groups has ever done anything dangerous or violent. Some of the folks have been involved in civil disobedience, but that’s not a federal issue.”

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Cop Raided and Arrested for Pepper Spraying Children, Disfiguring Handcuffed Man with Flashlight

“Officer Domenico Lillo of the Bayonne Police Department in New Jersey was actually raided by FBI agents and arrested on Friday morning in connection with a 2013 case of police brutality.”


Microsoft Turned over Data on Charlie Hebdo to FBI in Less Than Hour

“If those in government want to shift the line between safety and privacy, the appropriate path is to do so by changing the law rather than asking those of us in the private sector to shift this balance ourselves.”


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5 Huge Government Conspiracy Theories That Actually Happened

The CIA’s heart attack gun— During Senate testimony in 1975 into illegal activities by the CIA, it was revealed that the agency had developed a dart gun capable of causing a heart attack. “At the first televised hearing, staged in the Senate Caucus Room, Chairman Church dramatically displayed a CIA poison dart gun to highlight the committee’s discovery that the CIA directly violated a presidential order by maintaining stocks of shellfish toxin sufficient to kill thousands…


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Tyranny Grows in America as FBI Insists No Warrant Needed to Snoop on Private Citizens’ Cell Phone Calls

“The Fourth and Fifth Amendments to the U.S. Constitution have taken new hits recently, as the Federal Bureau of Investigation now asserts that it does not need a court-issued warrant when deploying cell-tower simulators in public places.”

“The devices, which are nicknamed “stingrays,” are essentially nothing more than cell phone tower decoys that are capable of capturing locations and identities of mobile phone users. In addition, the decoy towers can intercep calls and text messages.”


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