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COINTELPRO: The Sabotage Of Legitimate Dissent

By Michael Rivero

The Brian Glick article on COINTELPRO

The Jean Seberg Smear

The Brian Glick history of COINTELPRO

US Domestic Covert Operations

The Framing Of Qubilah Shabazz

The Black Panther Coloring Book

Actual FBI COINTELPRO documents

Newsline: In Defense Of Paranoia

The Bari/Cherney Bombing

"A Rough, Tough, Dirty Business"

Federal Bureau of Intimidation

"IF AN AGENT KNOCKS"

US Domestic Covert Operations

Mumia's COINTELPRO File

The FBI and Hollywood

Paul Wolf's COINTELPRO Page

GREAT MOMENTS IN THE HISTORY OF THE FBI.

"[Your information is] too precise, too complete to be believed. The questionnaire plus the other information you brought spell out in detail exactly where, when, how, and by whom we are to be attacked. If anything, it sounds like a trap."

FBI response to the top British spy, Dusko Popov (code named "Tricycle") on August 10, 1941, dismissing Popov's report of the complete Japanese plan for the attack on Pearl Harbor.

Pearl Harbor: The Verdict Of History by Gordon Prange, appendix 7 published in 1986. Based on records from the JOINT CONGRESSIONAL COMMITTEE on the Investigation of the Pearl Harbor Attack, Nov 15, 1945 to May 31, 1946.


GREAT MOMENTS IN THE HISTORY OF THE FBI PART 2.

Accusations that the song "Louie Louie" as recorded by The Kingstons contained obscene lyrics led to a two year FBI effort to analyse the recording to determine what was actually being sung ... before somene mentioned that the lyrics were on file at the US Copyright office.


FBI Tries to keep the lid on J. Edgar Hoover's "lifestyle"

From 1943, a letter instructing a field agent how to respond to emerging rumors regarding Hoover's sexuality.


The FBI announces a suspect in the Atlanta Bombing

[The Atlanta Bombing Announcement]
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Remember how the network anchors tried to pin this on the militias?

From Reuter's:

Guard Suspect in Olympic Bomb

The Atlanta Journal reports in a special edition that a security guard who alerted police to the bomb at Atlanta's Olympic Centennial Park is a prime suspect in the case. Two people died and 110 were injured in the explosion. The paper reported that the guard, Richard Jewell, is a suspect. Jewell was on hand to help evacuate a crowd of concert goers packed around the stage where the bomb exploded early Saturday morning. Jewell had been recognized as a hero following the bombing. This morning he appeared on with Katie Couric on NBC's 'Today Show.' An FBI spokesman in Atlanta says nobody has yet been charged in the bombing and declines comment on the newspaper article.

[The Atlanta Bombing suspect]
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