This report, based on documents obtained by the Partnership for Civil Justice Fund, provides highlights and analysis of how the Department of Homeland Security (DHS)-funded Fusion Centers used their vast anti-terrorism and anti-crime authority and funds to conduct a sprawling, nationwide and hour-by-hour surveillance effort that targeted even the smallest activity of peaceful protestors in the Occupy Movement in the Fall and Winter of 2011.
It is being released in conjunction with a major story in the New York Times that is based on the 4,000 pages of government documents uncovered by the Partnership for Civil Justice Fund (PCJF) during a two-year long investigation.
The U.S. government is threatening to send whistleblower Edward Snowden to prison for life. But millions stand behind him. This PCJF-initiated campaign thanks him for standing up and telling the truth, at great personal cost. Join the movement to defend our constitutional rights and right to privacy.
James Clapper, Director of National Intelligence, should be immediately fired and indicted for committing perjury. Clapper has admitted, only after whistleblower Edward Snowden courageously revealed the truth, that he did not tell the truth in his sworn testimony before Congress on March 12, 2013.
Silently, but constantly, the government is now watching, recording your everyday travels and storing years of your activities in massive data warehouses that can be quickly “mined” to find out when and where you have been, whom you’ve visited, meetings you’ve attended, and activities you’ve taken part in.
One Nation Under Surveillance is a project by The Partnership for Civil Justice Fund