TKC BREAKING AND EXCLUSIVE NEWS!!! OCCUPY KC ACTIVISTS RAGE OVER NEW YORK TIMES DOX REVEALING KANSAS CITY HOMELAND SECURITY SPYING!!!
Take a look @ local grassroots protest coverage that mainstream media is too scared to publish.
To wit . . .
OCCUPY KC ACTIVIST SENT WORD OUR WAY THAT KANSAS CITY PROVED TO BE THE CENTER OF GOVERNMENT SPYING EFFORTS ON THEIR MOVEMENT!!!
And here's part of an EXCLUSIVE quote from an Occupy KC Power Player . . .
"Proof that KCPD Homeland Security Unit spied on Occupy KC!"
Read and judge ALL OF THE INFORMATION for yourself via a better newspaper than our Cowtown rag . . .
New York Times: Government Surveillance of the Occupy Protests
Deets on these dox:
"The following documents, distributed by people working with counterterrorism and intelligence-sharing offices known as “fusion centers,” are a selection from among about 4,000 pages of unclassified emails and reports obtained through freedom of information requests by lawyers at the Partnership for Civil Justice Fund, who represent Occupy participants. The documents, which they provided to The New York Times, offer details of the scrutiny of the Occupy protests in 2011 and 2012 by law enforcement officers, federal officials, security contractors and others."
Now . . .
CHECK THE NOTE REVEALING HOMELAND SECURITY COUNTER-INTELLIGENCE ON KANSAS CITY OCCUPY ACTIVISTS!!!
"In the email below, an intelligence analyst working with the Kansas City Regional Terrorism Early Warning Group wrote to the Washington Regional Threat and Analysis Center about members of Occupy Kansas who were planning a trip to Washington. The analyst included a link to a publicly posted video showing the activists discussing the plan, with annotations noting where in the video they discussed aspects like scheduling, number of people, funding and protests."
I'm sensing that one of the main argument here is that this kind of heavy surveillance was unwarranted given that Occupy Activists were mostly about fighting big banks, the Wall St. 1% and wage disparity. Either way, the surveillance that reached all the way to our broke-ass part of town is now documented fact.
Developing . . .