Monday, May 21, 2007

To serve and protect

On Pravda

On Izvestia

In Izvestia (print version):
A federal magistrate judge yesterday released about 600 pages of secret documents relating to police preparations for the 2004 Republican National Convention, held in New York. ...

The Times reported in March that the Police Department had conducted wide-ranging surveillance of political groups and activists who were planning to attend the convention. While a small number appeared to be bent on creating trouble, the authorities said that most of those who came apparently had no plans to break the law.
Bob Harris has a list of organizations subject to fascist police spying benign surveillance by our trustworthy men in blue.

(h/t to Jonah Walters for the video and This Modern World for the print.)

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