The FBI has put out a series of flyers to let you know how you can spot an insurgent/terrorist/extremist.It’s their handy dandy lists that citizens can refer to in case one needs help deciding whether to report their neighbor who seems to be buying an awful lot of groceries lately.Read more »
The FBI has been paying more attention to so called“sovereign citizen extremists" around the country out of concerns that they will react violently when they interact with government officials. FBI’s attention raises questions about why focus on this group as opposed to others, when only 18 were arrested in 2011 and 2010 and 10 in 2009 primary for white collar crimes.Read more »
Sovereign citizens getting put on lists.
Opposing taxation, supporting the gold-standard, and opposing regulations makes you an "extremist" according to the FBI.
"The extremists may refuse to pay taxes, defy government environmental regulations and believe the United States went bankrupt by going off the gold standard."
"Sovereign members often express particular outrage at tax collection, putting Internal Revenue Service employees at risk."Read more »
Hackers release private FBI call about hackers. FBI states that a phone call wasn't hacked, it was "illegally obtained" :=)Read more »
WASHINGTON - Hacker group Anonymous released a recording on Friday of what appears to be a conference call between the FBI and Scotland Yard held last month to discuss operations against the group.
The audio of the nearly 17-minute conference call was posted on YouTube along with an e-mail invitation from a Federal Bureau of Investigation agent setting up the call for January 17.
To President Obama and all members of the U.S. Congress,
The National Defense Authorization Act (H.R. 1540) was recently passed through both Houses of Congress, and was signed into law by President Obama.Read more »
Would an average person be held accountable for doing this? Read more here:Read more »
If you call in to Free Talk Live or hundreds of other talk radio stations around the country that maintain a web presence, there is a good chance the FBI will recorded you.
Good. Those guys should hear the ideas of liberty expressed so plainly.Read more »
The Federal Bureau of Investigation is permitted to include people on the government’s terrorist watch list even if they have been acquitted of terrorism-related offenses or the charges are dropped, according to newly released documents.Read more »
During his time as an informant the FBI involved Monteilh in a plan to present himself as a Muslim man seeking potential wives. He approached the FBI agents on the case and asked "If there's a potential sexual encounter what do you want me to do?" The agents said to go ahead with the sexual interactions. After learning more about the women's potential "terrorist" connections the FBI would confront the women with recordings of their sexual encounters to frighten them into giving them actionable intelligence.Read more »
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