FBI, JTTF & US Marshals Are Reportedly Visiting Political Activists About Thirty Year-Old Case

By: Friday July 4, 2014 10:37 am

Agents with the FBI, US Marshal’s Service and Joint Terrorist Task Force (JTTF) have reportedly been making visits to over a dozen political activists in Chicago, New York and the San Francisco Bay Area to ask about a case that is more than thirty years old. The case involves Donna Borup, who the FBI believes was [...]

SF Pride CEO Resorts to Lies as Scandal Around Honoring Bradley Manning Continues

By: Thursday May 16, 2013 8:24 pm

A member of the San Francisco Board of Supervisors, Supervisor David Campos, has spoken out on the ongoing scandal involving San Francisco Pride’s decision to not honor Pfc. Bradley Manning as a Grand Marshal of the Pride parade. He has urged Pride to hold a public meeting before this year’s parade and celebration on June [...]

Former San Francisco Pride Grand Marshal Who Nominated Bradley Manning Details Board’s Capitulation

By: Monday April 29, 2013 6:37 pm

At the end of last week, San Francisco Pride’s President Lisa Williams and its Board of Directors went against the vote of the “electoral college” that had decided to honor Pfc. Bradley Manning, the gay soldier who the military is prosecuting for disclosing information to WikiLeaks. Williams announced late Friday that a “mistake” had been [...]

San Francisco FBI Violated Muslims’ First Amendment Rights with ‘Mosque Outreach’ Program

By: Tuesday March 27, 2012 1:33 pm

Under the guise of “mosque outreach,” the FBI division based in San Francisco, California, collected intelligence on mosques and Muslim religious organizations. The intelligence collected included information on First Amendment-protected activities, such as details on religious beliefs and practices. And the information was not used by just the FBI but was marked as “positive intelligence” [...]

Blogging the #OpBART Protest—Anonymous, Civil Rights Activists Respond to BART Censorship

By: Monday August 15, 2011 6:33 pm

January 2011 drone strikes protest (photo: through h4x0r3d’s eyes) On Friday, August 12, Bay Area Rapid Transit (BART) in the San Francisco Bay area shut down cell phone services in four of its stations. The preemptive decision to cut service was done to prevent a planned protest against the recent shooting of homeless man Charles [...]

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