More Federal Agencies Are Using Undercover Operations | WHAT REALLY HAPPENED

More Federal Agencies Are Using Undercover Operations

At the Supreme Court, small teams of undercover officers dress as students at large demonstrations outside the courthouse and join the protests to look for suspicious activity, according to officials familiar with the practice.

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Sadly, merely looking is not all they do. These infiltrators often cause trouble to justify the police shutting down the protest or allowing the media to demonize the protesters without addressing the issues they raise.

We saw that many times in the Occupy protests, and I was personally at one of the best-documented examples of this practice, the day the Hippies took over Disneyland in 1970. This was an FBI operation, ordered by the Nixon White house, to discredit the anti-Vietnam peace movement. As detailed during the COINTELPRO scandal during the 1980s, FBI agents which had infiltrated the college campuses (heads up students, they are still doing it today) first organized the peace march, then turned it violent in front of the media cameras.

The government loves to play dirty!

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