Former CIA analyst Ray McGovern sues State Dept. for Putting Him on Watch List
Mara Verheyden-Hilliard discusses Ray McGovern lawsuit on Left Voices
Three years ago Army veteran and former CIA analyst Ray McGovern was arrested for standing in silent protest during a speech by then Secretary of State Hillary Clinton. All charges were dropped but the State Department used the incident as a reason to issue a Be On the Look Out or BOLO advisory based solely on his political activism.
ThankYouEdSnowden.org stages dramatic protest inside Senate Judiciary hearing on NSA spying
“Two Years Ago Today I was Illegally Arrested on the Brooklyn Bridge with 700 other Peaceful Marchers"
Huffington Post: Occupy Wall Street Lawsuits Seek Justice For Arrests, Pepper Spray Two Years Later
Alice Walker to Ed Snowden: 'I admire your courage'
Class-action settlement of lawsuit stemming from 2010 mass arrests in Oakland receives preliminary approval
Northwest Watchdog: Oregon Fusion Center, House of spies or terror-threat prevention?
The Oregon Terrorism Information Threat Assessment Network is one of several Federal Fusion Centers spread across 77 U.S. cities that collaborate with local law-enforcement agencies on suspected terrorist threats.
NYPD in Harlem arrest: excessive force and blocking legal filming
On May 13 in Harlem, a young man was brutally arrested and an estimated 26 officers were called in to carry it out.
Unaware of Tsarnaev warnings, Boston counterterror unit tracked protesters
In the fall of 2011, a key Boston police counterterror intelligence unit -- funded with millions of dollars in U.S. homeland security grants -- was closely monitoring anti-Wall Street demonstrations, including tracking the Facebook pages and websites of the protesters and writing reports on the potential impact on "commercial and financial sector assets" in downtown areas, according to internal police documents.