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FBI: Anyone Who Harbors Conspiracy Theories About 9/11 A Potential Terrorist

The FBI is instructing local police departments and “communities against terrorism” to consider anyone who harbors “conspiracy theories” about 9/11 to be a potential terrorist, in a circular released to local police departments.The memo thus adds 9/11-official-story skeptics to a growing list of targets described by federal law enforcement to be security threats, such as those who express “libertarian philosophies,” “Second Amendment-oriented views,” interest in “self-sufficiency,” “fears of Big Brother or big government,” and “Declarations of Constitutional rights and civil liberties.”

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FBI's Bulger 'Tip' Fails Sniff Test

Call me a conspiracy theorist. I’ll wear the name as a badge of honor. But there is no way I am buying this FBI version of the events leading to Catherine Greig and James "Whitey" Bulger’s arrest. Maybe my skepticism is rooted in my reading habits. I admit I have read waaaaay too many true crime-Boston gangstah books over the years. “The Brothers Bulger," “Black Mass,” “ Hitman," “Valhalla’s Wake." You name it, I read 'em all.

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Biggest Sex-Trafficking Bust In FBI History Was Totally Bogus

In the press, it was a “wide-reaching sex-trafficking operation” run by Somali Muslim gangs who forced “girls as young as 12” to sell sex in Minnesota and Tennessee.

In reality, the FBI operation, which led to charges against 30 individuals, sex-trafficking convictions for three, and an eight year legal battle, was a fiction crafted by two troubled teenagers, a member of the FBI’s human-trafficking task force, and an array of overzealous officials. An opinion released by the 6th Circuit Court of Appeals shows that federal prosecutors had no evidence whatsoever to support their “child sex trafficking conspiracy” case outside the seriously flawed testimony of two teenagers, one of whom had “been diagnosed as insane and was off her medication,” and false statements by the FBI.

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Why Did The FBI Devote Massive Resources To Seize A 91-Year Old Man's Private Collection Of Artifacts?

A 91-year old Rush County man's home was the scene of a massive FBI raid where agents seized more than a thousand cultural artifacts Don Miller reportedly collected over the past eight decades according to the Indianapolis Star. Miller has not been charged or arrested for committing any crime. Yet agents will spend months cataloging his cache of artifacts to determine their origins according to Robert Jones, special agent in charge of the Indianapolis office.

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Reagan And FBI - Conspiracy To Silence Dissent In America

Note: This recent news article shows precisely how the Federal government conspired to deny American Citizens their lawful right to protest. And how they broke many laws themselves in their fascist zeal. And now with unlimited technological resources in their hands, do you really believe things are any different?

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FBI Employee Codenamed “Diamond” Making Millions From Dark Web Extortion

A corrupt FBI agent, codenamed Diamond, is extorting the owners of dark web markets for bitcoins, leaking sensitive information to criminals and even conspiring to kidnap, according to allegations from a former Silk Road adviser.

In a post published on Motherboard, Variety Jones, an account believed to belong to a leading Silk Road advisor, disclosed information about his alleged correspondence with an FBI employee known as “Diamond”.

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FBI Publishes Report Stating Nobody Died At Sandy Hook

The FBI released crime statistics last year showing that no murders occurred in Newtown, Connecticut, in 2012 – the Sandy Hook Shooting – despite the media reporting that numerous schoolchildren and faculty were killed that December.

Why would the FBI release such a report? Did nobody in the process of publishing this material take notice that they were reporting no deaths for this event?

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