Exposed: ATF Spying on Occupy and 'Known Anarchists and Protestors' List
ATF and U.S. Marshals geared up to spy on Occupy a month before it began; list of 'Known Anarchists and Protestors' circulated Read more
Fusion Centers Approached 2011 Black Friday Consumer Boycott Like a Terrorist Threat
National police chiefs collaborated with counter-terrorism Fusion Center targeting peaceful protest
Exposed: The Hidden Role of Fusion Centers in the Nationwide Spying Operation Against Occupy
The Eviction of Occupy Portland, Ore.: A Supremely Political Affair
The latest trove of documents obtained by the Partnership for Civil Justice Fund (PCJF) from the Department of Homeland Security’s Federal Protective Service adds new detail to the spying work of federal law enforcement agencies coordinating with local law enforcement and city governments to act against Occupy encampments.
DHS had policy of daily spying on activists
Department of Homeland Security documents obtained recently by the Partnership For Civil Justice Fund (PCJF) reveal that the agency, founded for combatting terrorism, has a policy of spying daily on peaceful activists and protesters in the United States.
In the news: Gov't spying on Occupy Wall Street grabs headlines worldwide
State of Fear
Shannon McLeish of Florida is a 45-year-old married mother of two young children. She is also, like nearly all who have a relationship with the Occupy movement in the United States, being monitored by the federal government.
Just Because You Are Paranoid Doesn’t Mean the FBI Wasn’t Monitoring You
It turns out that all you crazy, post-hippy Occupy Wall Streeters were right: the government does not have your best interest at hearts.