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On the website of Andrew Breitbart, who wasn't always like this, this item today:
Earlier this morning, James O’Keefe’s Project Veritas released a new video that sheds light on the way the New York Times promotes its favored candidates and causes, from Barack Obama to Occupy Wall Street.
Veritas, my ass. Their video is above, and the rest of the mess is here
. Rosen says, "They tried to entrap us." He tells me they'll respond shortly.
A short film by Paul Sullivan that chillingly breaks down the creepy tactics New York City police used to intimidate and harass protesters, and arrest them for expressing their first amendment rights in public space. In these examples, it seems they used “the momentum of arrests” to deter the spirit of the crowd–not because the […]
Update: I missed this NYT front-section story on the PCJF’s document trove, published on Christmas Eve. The tl;dr: The FBI used counterterrorism agents to investigate Occupy Wall Street, “including its communications and planning,” according to newly disclosed (and highly redacted) agency records. It’s the best analysis I’ve seen, and mea culpa for having not seen […]
A worthy piece of reporting over at Rolling Stone, on “how the government turned five stoner misfits into the world’s most hapless terrorist cell,” in the spirit of COINTELPRO. Snip: “Nothing was destined to blow up that night, as it turns out, because the entire plot was actually an elaborate federal sting operation. The case […]
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