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FBI spied on TEA Party Americans

Post by hawkiye on Fri 24 Apr 2009, 11:21 pm

FBI spied on TEA Party Americans

Exclusive to the Northeast Intelligence Network & Canada Free Press
Douglas J. Hagmann, Director & Judi McLeod, Founding Editor, Canada Free Press

19 April 2009:
Even as average Americans were planning to get out in towns and cities
to demonstrate against Big Government and Big Taxes, Federal Bureau of
Intelligence Investigation (FBI) surveillance was being unleashed upon
them. In fact, unsuspecting Tax Day TEA Party participants were being
closely watched during the demonstration planning stages in a covert
operation that began on or about March 23, 2009.

If you one of the estimated 750,000
Americans who attended one of about 600 TEA parties last week, you
might have seen media cameras covering the event. Media cameras,
however, were not the only cameras taking video at these events,
something that has at least one current FBI agent concerned over the
future of America. According to this agent - the same agent who
provided the Northeast Intelligence Network (NEIN) exclusively the unreleased photographs of the 11 missing Egyptian students
who were the subject of a FBI BOLO in August 2006–placed his concerns
for true patriots of the U.S. over his own career when he confided that
covert surveillance was “planned and performed” at each of the TEA
parties that took place last Tuesday.

“Listen to what I am saying,” stated
the source during an interview with Doug Hagmann, founder (NEIN).
“The Department of Homeland Security Intelligence Assessment that is
receiving so much attention is just the tip of the proverbial iceberg,
and the true patriotic citizens of this country are on the Titanic.
This is what bothers me. But is goes far beyond that assessment.
There have been very significant changes made over the last few years
that redirect the focus and assets of the intelligence community
internally. These changes have greatly accelerated under this
administration, and the threats have been redefined to include those
who used to be patriots. It’s not only chilling but absolutely
insulting to God-fearing Americans.”

According to this unimpeachable source,
a single-page confidential directive issued by the FBI headquarters in
Washington, DC (FBIHQ) was sent to each of the 56 field offices located
across the United States on or about March 23, 2009, instructing the
Special Agents in Charge (SACs) of those offices to verify the date,
time and location of each TEA Party within their region and supply that
information to FBI headquarters in Washington. The source stated this
correspondence termed the TEA parties “political demonstrations,” and
added that the dissemination of the directive was very tightly
controlled. “Not all agents were privy to this correspondence,” stated
the source, who compared the dissemination to an older “Do Not File”
classification.

In addition to obtaining or confirming
the location and time of each “demonstration,” each field office was
instructed to obtain or confirm the identity of the individual(s)
involved in the actual planning and coordination of the event in each
specific region, and include the local or regional Internet web site
address, if any. The information collected by region was then
reportedly sent to FBI Headquarters.

The source alleges that a second
directive was issued on or about April 6, 2009 that reportedly
instructed each SAC to coordinate and conduct, either at the field
office level and/or with the appropriate resident agency, covert video
surveillance and data collection of the participants of the TEA
parties. Surveillance was to be performed from “discreet fixed or
mobile positions” and was to be performed “independently and outside of
the purview of local law enforcement.”

Although the level of detail collected
from each operation is unclear, the information was reportedly
submitted to Washington, where, “at the level of the National Security
Branch (NSB), this information was to “include the office of the
Directorate of Intelligence (DI), and integrated with a restricted
access database, one that reportedly is accessible to only two
agencies” [of the 14 agencies that comprise the U.S. intelligence
community, according to the source...


Full story: http://homelandsecurityus.com/?p=2659

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